Random tokens of our lives in Vanuatu

The motto we wake up to each morning.
The motto we wake up to each morning.
The first time we took the 20km trek between our site and the airport on foot (the choices are that or a 1.5hr $120 boat ride. No roads.).
The first time we took the 20km trek between our site and the airport on foot (the choices are that or a 1.5hr $120 boat ride. No roads.).
Whale bones during the 20 km walk!
Whale bones during the 20 km walk!
Peter taking some much needed R&R on our indoor hammock--I'm not sure how we ever lived without it.
Peter taking some much needed R&R on our indoor hammock–I’m not sure how we ever lived without it.
Have we mentioned how much it can rain here? Heavy rains make our source taps not work (they get clogged), but never fear! Place a bucket under the edge of the roof, and there's enough water for two REFRESHING baths in no time!
Have we mentioned how much it can rain here? Heavy rains make our source taps not work (they get clogged), but never fear! Place a bucket under the edge of the roof, and there’s enough water for two REFRESHING baths in no time!
As many of you know, our Asita girl passed away a couple months ago. A few weeks later, 2 PC staff walked from our previous neighbor Abby's site to ours, her dog Nalla (who is Asita's last remaining sister) followed them and has been sleeping on our doorstep ever since (whether Peter is willing to claim another dog or not).
As many of you know, our Asita girl passed away a couple months ago. A few weeks later, 2 PC staff walked from our previous neighbor Abby’s site to ours, her dog Nalla (who is Asita’s last remaining sister) followed them and has been sleeping on our doorstep ever since (whether Peter is willing to claim another dog or not).
Are you an aspiring writer? When was the last time YOU put some of your brilliant ideas on paper?!
Are you an aspiring writer? When was the last time YOU put some of your brilliant ideas on paper?!
YAY for solar! We may not have electricity, but we now get to re-watch as many Dr. Who episodes as we can stand as our therapy while on the islnd due to these beautiful panels.
YAY for solar! We may not have electricity, but we now get to re-watch as many Dr. Who episodes as we can stand as our therapy while on the islnd due to these beautiful panels.
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One thought on “Random tokens of our lives in Vanuatu”

  1. Thank you! And thank you for the lettre-I copied it to Jane! Love you both-and hugs from the furball as well.

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