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temporary interlude

Posted by on March 27, 2015

 

street art in Honolulu ~ POW! WOW! x Hokule'a

“In order to be a Navigator, you have to be fierce” ~ Mau Piailug

Throughout our time in the Pacific, we have crossed paths with the Hokule’a and the many people involved with her.  She has managed to intertwine herself into our lives, and has become a fascination and a love.

Watch “The Talk of the Sea Video” and learn more about the Hokule’a and the Polynesian Voyaging Society.

As for the crew of the Full Monty, life has gotten quite busy for the time being.  Boat maintenance, a temporary job, homeschool, and preparing for a visit from family.  Therefore, my blogging will resume around the end of April.  To those of you who are following our every step, I apologize for the longer delay.  In the meantime, the kids have some compositions they have written that relate to our cruising and things they have learned along the way.  It will be fun to see it from their eyes!

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2 Responses to temporary interlude

  1. Lisa Dorenfest

    I so love that image of Mau Piailug and wish I was there with you in Hawaii to see it in person. You know how much I share your love of The Hokule’a. Enjoy your visitors. Can’t wait to see the kid’s compositions.

    • Jenny

      The image is a favorite of ours. She is a very special boat. We frequently meet new people who have something to do with the Hokule’a. Just yesterday, we met a guy who has family members that took part in the building of the Hokule’a. So cool!

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