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Post by jeminah28 » 06 Nov 2017, 21:36

Jennifer's mission is tough yet full of adventure. Her survival lifestyle on the shore of Moruroa is full of fun. :lol: The Dolphin became her playmate. What is your favorite mission adventure of Jennifer? :lol:
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Post by readandsmile » 07 Nov 2017, 03:54

I like her adventure with the dolphins. It is awesome, she taught a human eater creature but it is a lovely dolphin. I really enjoyed reading on that part.
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Post by jeminah28 » 07 Nov 2017, 20:29

readandsmile wrote:I like her adventure with the dolphins. It is awesome, she taught a human eater creature but it is a lovely dolphin. I really enjoyed reading on that part.
I like it too.
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Post by CatInTheHat » 07 Nov 2017, 21:10

I enjoyed her adventures with Alice, especially when they went searching for dinner and brought back a lobster feast.
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Post by Christina Rose » 09 Nov 2017, 09:43

CatInTheHat wrote:I enjoyed her adventures with Alice, especially when they went searching for dinner and brought back a lobster feast.
I'd have to say that her fishing expeditions with Alice were probably my favorite, too. They were light and fun, and allowed Jennifer to show off her skill a little without seeming too advanced.

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Post by jeminah28 » 09 Nov 2017, 17:26

,"Christina Rose" wrote:
CatInTheHat wrote:I enjoyed her adventures with Alice, especially when they went searching for dinner and brought back a lobster feast.
I'd have to say that her fishing expeditions with Alice were probably my favorite, too. They were light and fun, and allowed Jennifer to show off her skill a little without seeming too advanced.
I agree, I like it, too.
It reminds me of family picnic during my younger days.
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Post by Christina Rose » 09 Nov 2017, 18:59

jeminah28 wrote:
,"Christina Rose" wrote:
CatInTheHat wrote:I enjoyed her adventures with Alice, especially when they went searching for dinner and brought back a lobster feast.
I'd have to say that her fishing expeditions with Alice were probably my favorite, too. They were light and fun, and allowed Jennifer to show off her skill a little without seeming too advanced.
I agree, I like it, too.
It reminds me of family picnic during my younger days.
That's awesome! It's always great when we can relate (positively) to what we're reading. ?

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Post by jeminah28 » 10 Nov 2017, 09:00

I agree, I like it, too.
It reminds me of family picnic during my younger days.

That's awesome! It's always great when we can relate (positively) to what we're reading. ?
Yeah, a good memoirs that will always cherish for a lifetime.
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Post by Miriam Molina » 10 Nov 2017, 22:08

I think her saving the dolphin (caught in the net) was most believable. The others (surviving the earthquake, losing the shark, saving Jose) were just too much. You would think she was Jennifer Superhero.

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Post by jeminah28 » 11 Nov 2017, 09:54

Miriam Molina wrote:I think her saving the dolphin (caught in the net) was most believable. The others (surviving the earthquake, losing the shark, saving Jose) were just too much. You would think she was Jennifer Superhero.
:lol: I noticed it, too. My imagination goes beyond on that event. Not just the typical true-to-life or maybe it happens by coincidence.
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Post by readandsmile » 13 Nov 2017, 20:49

CatInTheHat wrote:I enjoyed her adventures with Alice, especially when they went searching for dinner and brought back a lobster feast.
Yah, I like it, too. :lol: awesome lobster. I love to eat lobster daily if applicable.
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Post by jeminah28 » 13 Nov 2017, 21:38

Her tuna fishing with Alice is awesome, it reminds me of fishing in my hometown. Not just as big as their catch but I feel the moment of fishing.
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Post by readandsmile » 13 Nov 2017, 22:20

jeminah28 wrote:Her tuna fishing with Alice is awesome, it reminds me of fishing in my hometown. Not just as big as their catch but I feel the moment of fishing.
Tuna is great, I can't imagine women goes fishing and catch that some kind of a huge fish. They are so brave. :tiphat:
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Post by jeminah28 » 14 Nov 2017, 05:42

readandsmile wrote:
jeminah28 wrote:Her tuna fishing with Alice is awesome, it reminds me of fishing in my hometown. Not just as big as their catch but I feel the moment of fishing.
Tuna is great, I can't imagine women goes fishing and catch that some kind of a huge fish. They are so brave. :tiphat:
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Post by Barbiedole » 14 Nov 2017, 16:50

Yes, I also agree the fishing adventure was amazing. The above picture looks awesome. It's amazing what women can do.

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