Niue Photos

Yellow fin - we like it better than the usual tuna we catch.
Yellow fin – we like it better than the usual tuna we catch.
Hoist the dinghy and park it. No dinghy dock.
Hoist the dinghy and park it. No dinghy dock.
Sea Track that goes right to the water
Sea Track that goes right to the water
Bob goes exploring; someone keeps his fishing canoe here.
Bob goes exploring; someone keeps his fishing canoe here.
The 'rock' is all coral.
The ‘rock’ is all coral.
Most of the Sea Tracks have one or two fishing canoes parked at the side. The canoes are all of the same design and construction.
Most of the Sea Tracks have one or two fishing canoes parked at the side. The canoes are all of the same design and construction.
Limu Pools, where the cold fresh water mixes with the warm sea water
Limu Pools, where the cold fresh water mixes with the warm sea
Limu Pools
Limu Pools
Bill goes caving
Bill goes caving
Bill goes caving
Bill goes caving
Matapa Chasm - the water is 30 feet deep, so you can jump off the cliff...
Matapa Chasm – the water is 30 feet deep, so you can jump off the cliff…
It's a long walk to the arches...
It’s a long walk to the arches…
Coral-reef-turned-jungle
Terrain is coral-reef-turned-jungle
We must be getting close!
We must be getting close!
Limestone shapes
Limestone shapes
Talava Arches
Talava Arches
Talava arch (looking up from below)
Talava arch (looking up from below)
Talava
Talava

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2 thoughts on “Niue Photos”

  1. It seems you have had a properly awesome adventure and the last several posts are what I think of when I imagine the south Pacific. I am pleased you are doing as your soul has called you to do all your life. The question is…. Will you choose to return to a semi-normal life, whenever the time for choice arrives?

    While I never was a good seaman, I wish I were with you.

    Your blog has been excellent. I think you look natural, looking like a watcher forgotten on some island after WWII… After 45 years, you still look and live like I would have expected, well, or at least can recognize. I thought by now we would have resolved all the world’s problems.

    I hope God will continue to Bless you and your crew and families.

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