Poor fella was squished at an unknown point in time in this door frame. The ants pointed him out.
The orange pontoon was functional and provided rain falloff from the gutter. Just to the left of the school in the distance there was another much larger tank at a height which could be fed with a pump. This water could then be diverted into the home. There is a washer/dryer unit on the left as well.
Really neat to see.
(On average, any number of lizards could be seen daily around the house on Gugeegue. They seem to be mostly one small species, with more present on Majuro, including a bright green type. Lizards are not a problem for the most part as they eat other insects. Cockroaches on the other hand…..)
Pressed me (pronounced “meh”, meaning breadfruit) wrapped around itself after being dried, the end product is covered in pandanus leaves and wrapped with ekwool (coconut fiber rope). It is literally an ancient food of the Marshall Islands and was often taken on month-long ocean voyages due to its nutritional content as well as preservative qualities (it remains edible and immune to insects for months to years when stored properly).