Sunday, August 5, 2012

Mayans Made Me Do It #2

OMG SRSLY, this is soooo much easier to do on broadband
"Pool of the Kings" I feel confident about that name
I bet he is thinking about cheese
We do what we are told
This is a sign we saw
zoom in 
On the ropes
You know who you are
Wading apes
Big caves
I probably didn't need to include this one
Am I the only one who thinks that not all pictures need captions,
 but one picture without one seems weird?
Add caption
These pools were really amazing
Leslie and Carl snuck out early for some cave swimming
This is a great photo of a telephone poll
We were here as well
Whale watching expedition!
Poor researchers were boatless. Aldebaran to the rescue!

Mayans Made Me Do It

So after a few months of high speed internet I have finally caught up on all of the new internet from last year. Here are some photos you may have seen by now (unless you live near me). Oh and I meant this would be done by Christmas 2012 (duh).

These happened Here

Go easy on me, it's my first captions in months.
Dinghy crane
The mooring field in Nuie
I remember her
It really wasn't that steep
A serious hazard and a trench digger
One of many "sea tracks", or short walks to the beach
and again
This place was cool
Now that's a latter
Cave dweller
Weird frogs
We were there
I REALLY liked this latter
Andy is currently NOT this tan
The crew
Lisa walks like Charlie Brown 
The cricket field we drove through
See the stairs in there?
It's a sign
More from the "Pool of the Kings" (did I make that up?) in the next post

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Field Report #20

More fish
I think you can see 6 of the 13 sharks that were here for this photo
See kids, this is why you don't do drugs
Carl getting knee deep in clam
John cleaning....well a coconut, but this is when they were clamming
This is the crew of Sayonara. We met them in the Marquesas 
John in his element
It's not coming back. In Tonga we talked to a local and he
 magically turned our busted outboard into beers for the Rugby World Cup game.
that's how you sharpen a machete
The "Monterey Bug"
She's not pretty
Some Uto nuts
John and James put on another potluck, and they both made some local dishes for us.
Carl using our new found coconut skills
It will really be one our favorites for a long time to come
The dinghy at night was always fun
Remember all those flags hanging in the "yacht club"?
Well we weren't going to leave without leaving our mark
Here's the whole gang
Lee cooks up our parting gift from John
Nervous? You've gone all flushed
Raleigh doing his chores
That's korma in a coconut shell bowl
A bit of chafe on the gennaker which leslie fixed right up. To bad we rapped it around the rudder
There's a car on that thing
Moonrise was often just as spectacular as sunrise. But this photo is a little late for that.