Full pictures need a fast broadband connection and a fairly hi-res screen to download with adequate speed and view without excessive scrolling. The pictures start with a couple in London in October, when I was visited by an NC friend, Deniece Orgeron. Then I'm in Kunming, Yunnan, China for a few snaps looking out my hotel window, across from the Yunnan University campus. Then the rest of page 1, page 2, and page 3 are pix from my visit to the land of the Wa in the extreme SW Yunnan province, along the Myanmar/Burma border, including a bunch from my overnight stay in a Wa village, with the family of the young Wa man, Sam Rai, shown working with me in my hotel back in Kunming (he is a linguistics grad student who will continue to collaborate with us on the Wa dictionary). There are a couple of pix of me with the young woman minibus driver who I hired in Cangyuan to drive me for 3 days along the SW Yunnan border, ending in Jinghong, in Dai people's country (cousins to the Thais), from where I took a plane to northern Thailand. Starting with the last couple of shots on page 3, and continuing on page 4, I am in the town of Mae Sai at the northern tip of Thailand, on the Myanmar/Burma border, south of Wa territory. I stayed and worked there at a Christian mission which works among the Wa people--there are shots of the mission itself in its gorgeous setting, and it's Wa teacher/preachers and orphan-resident-preachers-to-be, my garden-like hotel, and showing some of the countryside I was able to see from my little rented motorcycle, including an Akha hill-tribe village up along the Burma border. Three of the young men sitting around the table singing an anthem in beautiful 4-part harmony (a natural talent of the Wa) are also going to continue to work with us on the dictionary. Page 5 concludes with a few shots in the cities I stayed in overnight on my way back to London--Chiang Mai and Bangkok, during the King of Thailand's birthday weekend celebrations.