Voyages of Sarah Jean II

Passage Hawaii to Vancouver - Day 17

27 July 2013
Norm
It's early Saturday morning. Beth is napping after her long night watch. She woke me a couple of hours ago with an excited call, "Dolphins - our dolphins - the ones we see at home!" When I sleepily climbed up the companionway, there they were; a pod of beautiful pacific white sided dolphins, jet black in color with brilliant white sides and tummies. They looked a lot like miniature killer whales. The water was flat and slate grey with a slippery reflective sheen, like mercury spilled across an immense plate. The playful dolphins skimmed across the smooth surface, usually in pairs, racing ahead of Sarah Jean and then looping back to do it all over again, perhaps to make sure they had been seen. It was the second dolphin greeting of our long journey from New Zealand, similar to the one we experienced as we approached the Big Island of Hawaii, except these dolphins this morning were very special; they were OUR dolphins welcoming us the Pacific Northwest; welcoming us to our home shores, now just 500 miles away!

In Vanuatu, Joanna is about to meet a very angry chief who accuses her of breaking many sacred taboos. My gosh, she just keeps having one problem after another!

VISION OF JOANNA - A Continuing Blog Adventure Set in Vanuatu

CHAPTER 8 - Little Tusker

Hungry and chilled, her clothes still damp from sleeping on the small beach by the river's edge, Joanna rose slowly and stretched. She brushed away the sand that clung to her tattered T shirt and shorts. Joanna knew she needed to find some food and make a small fire to warm up and dry her clothes. On Joanna's side of the river, beyond the mouth of the cavern, there appeared to be only a steep rocky embankment. But the far side seemed green and lush with many tall trees that probably held coconuts. Joanna checked that her knife and tusk necklace were still secure and then, holding her one flip flop in her hand, she reluctantly stepped back into the river and swam to the other side.

It was an easy swim across with very little current. The river was no longer rain-swollen like yesterday. As she walked away from the shore Joanna came across a large clearing, the dirt pounded flat and hard by many feet over the years. A village must be nearby, she thought hopefully. At the center of the clearing was an immense rock, the top completely flat, like a table top. To Joanna it looked like an ideal spot to make breakfast, once she found some fat coconuts. But walking past the rock she noticed the shadowy outline of a man had been drawn there, as if by chalk, but it was carved deeply into the stone itself. The little hairs on the back of Joanna's neck stood up. She shivered, wondering what kind of place this was. Joanna, filled with a deep sense of foreboding, looked over her shoulder several times as she left the clearing and went into the bush in search of breakfast.

A short while later Joanna returned to the clearing, her arms filled with coconuts, wood and dry moss that she would use to start her fire. Suddenly she heard the insistent beat of jungle drums. There was singing too, but it was not really singing, it was more like rhythmic chanting. There were voices too. It sounded like a large group of men. They were obviously headed her way! The drums and chanting were getting louder! Unsure whether she should stay there to greet them or run away, Joanna chose the latter, fearful because she found the place very spooky. She dropped her bundle of coconuts and firewood and ran towards the mouth of the cave to hide!

Peeking out from behind a rock, Joanna watched as a fuzzy image of chanting men appeared in the clearing. Many were nearly naked. Others looked very strange, completely clad in dried pandanus leaves, carrying scepters and wearing on their heads what looked like colorful masks adorned with plumes of feathers. The procession was led by one immense man, his chest bare, his face covered with stripes of black paint. He carried a long, sharply pointed spear. It was clear he was a man of importance; he was the chief.

Suddenly he halted! Holding up his arm, the chief signaled to those behind him. The drums and chanting stopped immediately. The clearing became eerily silent except for the distant chatter of birds in the jungle canopy. Joanna's pile of coconuts and firewood lay at the chief's feet. He looked about slowly, scanning the perimeter of the clearing for the obvious intruder, and then began walking steadily towards the cave, a scowl darkening his face. As Joanna backed fearfully into the shadows, her foot caught on something lying on the ground. She stumbled, falling backward with a clatter onto a pile of white sticks! These were the strange ones, glowing softly in the setting sun, that she had spotted yesterday from across the river. Joanna tried to muffle her cry of surprise and pain as the sticks dug into her back. But then, as she turned her head to sit up, staring into her face, its eye sockets black and empty and its jaw hanging open as if still uttering its final words, was a human skull! Joanna screamed! It was not just any scream! It was a piercing, blood curdling cry of shock and horror that echoed out of the cave into the clearing and the surrounding jungle, silencing even the chatter of the birds. Joanna shut her eyes to block out the frightening sight of the skull and the large pile of human bones upon which she was now lying.

When Joanna opened them again the angry chief was there, towering over her. He reached down and scooped her up, placing her under his arm like a sack of yams, and then stormed out of the cave into the clearing. He dropped Joanna on top of the rock table and glared at her. The other men gathered around, forming a circular wall surrounding Joanna and the chief.

Staring down at Joanna he thundered, "You have broken the taboo of our land; violated our traditions, broken our rules!" Joanna looked up meekly, trying to pull herself away across the rock table. The chief pulled her back and continued his rant. "Little girl, this is a sacred place! No women are permitted here! No children are permitted here! And you are both! How dare you come here! How dare you ignore our taboo! You have shown us all great disrespect!" The chief stepped back from Joanna, looking around at the other men, some still wearing the pandanus cloaks and the strange masks with feather plumes.

He leaned forward again. "Little girl, you have done great harm to your father and your family. Those who break our taboo must pay a fine to my village. It is our law. I am Chief Watson, the paramount chief of East Ambrym. It is my duty to enforce our law."

Chief Watson continued, still scowling at Joanna. "You have entered the sacred Cave of Stars. The fine is one pig. You have touched the sacred bones of the warriors that my ancestors defeated and feasted upon here at this very table. The fine is another pig. And you have gazed upon the sacred masks of the ROM dance that can be seen only be the dance participants. The fine is a third pig. Little girl, your father now owes my village the sum of three pigs. This fine must be paid immediately! Now, tell me your name, and your father's name. And tell me which village you are from and how you got here!"

At first, when they had put Joanna on the rock table, she thought they were going to eat her. Then she remembered that cannibals did not eat women or children, only other men. But Chief Watson still scared her. He looked like he might eat her at any minute! But Papa had no pigs! Her family was very poor. There was no money for her school or glasses or shoes. Papa could never pay a fine of three pigs. She decided Chief Watson must never know who she was or what village she was from.

Joanna stammered a reply, "Chief Watson, I am sorry I broke the taboos but I did not know this was a sacred place. You see, I was lost in the jungle and I fell into the river and I couldn't get out. It carried me along into a canyon and then I went fell over a waterfall into a big hole. Then it was dark. I was inside a cave. The river carried me out of the cave to this place. I don't even know where I am!"

There was a murmuring from the men. Chief Watson's eyes opened wide in surprise. "Little girl," he said. No one has ever fallen into the black hole, traveled through the cave and survived. Prove to me you are telling the truth. Tell me what you saw there."

Without hesitation Joanna replied, "There was a huge lake inside the cave. The ceiling was covered with tiny pale green stars. It was very beautiful."

Chief Watson and the men were astonished. The chief stepped forward again, as if seeing Joanna again in a different light. "Who are you, girl?" he asked again. Joanna remained stubbornly silent.

The chief called to a young man standing by his side, "Michael, look closely at her. What does she have around her neck?" Joanna was surprised. She thought to herself; the big chief is very powerful but he has bad eyes just like me - except he can't see things that are close to his face. Joanna thought this information might prove useful some day.

Michael stepped forward and carefully examined the tusk hanging around Joanna's neck. "Chief Uncle Watson," he exclaimed, "It is a very large tusk from a wild boar, almost a complete circle, like the ones you wear!"

"What!" Chief Watson roared, "This girl is wearing a boar's tusk? That is the privilege of a chief and only a chief!" He leaned forward onto the table, his massive face pressed close to Joanna's tusk necklace, as if to see it better when really he could not. "Little girl," he said sternly, "Where did you get this tusk and why do think you can where it? Do you think you are a great chief?" The men chuckled, awaiting her response.

But now Joanna had a story to tell. She described in great detail chasing the boys along the trail, hearing the wild boar coming after her and then running to find shelter in the vines of the banyan tree. The men and the chief all gathered more closely around the table, around Joanna, hanging on each word of her story. "And then the boar charged!" exclaimed Joanna. "He hooked his tusk around the last vine blocking his way and began to pull on it. So I picked up a big rock and smashed it down on his snout and broke off his tusk at the same time! After that he ran away!"

The men looked at each other, at Chief Watson wondering what he thought about the incredible story. He spoke to Joanna in a quiet voice. "Describe this wild boar to me, little girl. What did he look like? Was there anything special about him?"

The image and the awful smell of the rampaging boar were burned into Joanna's memory. She quickly replied, "He was huge and very angry . . . his head was hairy and brown and his body was black. He was also very stinky - I could smell him coming for me."

Chief Watson smiled for the first time, a look of surprise and respect on his face, "Little girl, whoever you are, you have taken a tusk from Matago - the Angry Beast of the Forest! I can't believe it but the proof is here around your neck!" He touched her tusk and then the two similar tusks he was wearing. Reaching into a pouch on his belt Chief Watson wetted the tips of his fingers with black mud. He ran his fingers across each cheek and her forehead leaving thick streaks of war paint like men wore.

"I don't know your name yet, little girl, but for now I will call you Little Tusker. I now see you are clever and brave, especially for a girl so young. But this does not change the fact you broke many of our taboos. Your father still owes my village a fine of three pigs. This is our law. The fine must be paid. Until that time you must remain in our village. My nephew, Michael, will be your guard. Do not even think about trying to run away. Michael is very strong and like me, has a bad temper."

Joanna hung her head, feeling quite defeated and ashamed. What would Papa say?

Chief Watson then picked up one of Joanna's coconuts from the ground. He placed it on the rock table beside Joanna's hand and then sliced it in two with a mighty chop of his machete. Joanna cringed at the sound of the steel blade hitting the rock.

Draining the fluid from the coconut, the chief said "Little Tusker, I am going to send this coconut shell on a trip around the entire island of Ambrym, visiting each village it passes, asking if a little girl is missing; and if so, asking her name and her father's name. In the morning the shell will be back on the beach in front of my hut, waiting for me with the information I seek." With that he placed the coconut shell in the river. All eyes were watching it as it floated downstream towards the ocean.

Joanna trembled. She was not sure if Chief Watson had the powerful magic required for a coconut message. She hoped not. She had to keep her identity a secret. She had to escape!

TO BE CONTINUED . . .
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Vessel Name: Sarah Jean II
Vessel Make/Model: Saga 43
Hailing Port: Vancouver, BC
Crew: Norm and Beth Cooper
About: Our home is in White Rock BC. We set sail Sept. 8, 2010 for San Francisco, Mexico, the South Pacific and New Zealand. In April 2013 we will begin our voyage home through Hawaii, completing a 3 year Pacific circumnavigation.
Extra: We'd love to hear from you - send us an email at bethandnorm@gmail.com
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Photos of our arrival into New Caledonia and the very modern City of Noumea, a startling contrast to Vanuatu.
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This is a great anchorage. We stopped here when winds were in our face as we attempted to go south. Very pretty onshore!
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A few shots of the Blue Hole, a spectacular freshwater spring near the town of Luganville.
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Land of black volcanic beaches, black magic, wood carving and colorful kastom mask dancing!
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A wonderful anchorage providing access to several villages. We saw the most amazing kastom dancing - performed by both men AND women! Balloons were a big hit with the kids!
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Wearing only bits of grass and penis sheathes, thrusting spears into the air, they emerged out of the jungle stomping and chanting . . .
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This where we helped bring a giant marlin to the villagers and where we saw some amazing traditional dancing. The next album is dedicated just to the dancing.
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Home of dugongs and lots of sea turtles, this is an awesome anchorage!
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The biggest city in Vanuatu where we stopped to stock up on food at the great public market.
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This is the seldom visited anchorage where we stopped with friends to deliver much needed school supplies.
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Views of the Port Resolution area including a visit to the fiery volcano!
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A fascinating place with sea turtles, giant clam breeding and the ruins of a huge leper colony.
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Viani Bay is thye anchorage near to Rainbow Reef, one of Fiji's top dive spots. We did 4 dives here with Jack Fischer and got a few good photos.
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This unique island is NE of Taveuni. We visited Albert Cove and Katherine Bay.
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A few shots from our excursion to the north side including a high mountain plantation and very cool cathedral cave.
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Our visit to the charming village of Daliconi near the Bay of Islands in the Northern Lau Group
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Our excellent passage from New Zealand to Fiji including a stop at Minerva Reef - a circular atoll in the middle of the ocean!
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A few shots of our excellent passage from Tonga to NZ with Kyle Russell aboard as crew.
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We visited the villages of Matamaka and Nuapapu where we went to church, had lunch with the locals and then the next day visited a school. Lots of fun and some great images!
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Even more shots of this great cruising area!
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More of the same great sights and experiences!
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We have so many great photos of Vava'u they are divided into a few albums. This is the first. People, boats, spectacular anchorages and unexpected sights - such as grave quilts!
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Created 28 September 2011
Photos of the awesome underwater world of Vava'u including caves, coral, fish and some other creatures.
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A beutiful atoll with a population of only 3 permanent residents awaits those who brave the narrow pass into the lagoon.
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Bora Bora has lived up to its mythical reputation - a towering green volcanic peak surounded by motu islands and a beautiful blue lagoon!
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We had a short visit to these islans but it was long enough to enjoy a visit to the luxurious Le Tahaa Resort. Wow!
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The exotic island of Tahiti where we celebrated Norm's birthday. Pics include the Papeete market, super yachts and sunsets over Moorea!
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This tiny anchorage is located on the outside of the atoll so there is no need to deal with passes or current predictions.
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Crystal clear water, sharks around our boat, spectacular lagoons and a funky bar overlooking the pass made this one of our favorite stops!
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This album includes shots of the main village, scuba diving, arrival of the traditional Vaka boats and, of course, our daughter, Amanda, who joined us for some fun times!
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This was our first atoll in the Tuomotus Group. Crystal clear water, beautiful motus and quiet isolation made this stop very special.
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Towering cliffs, a rugged hike, huge wterfall and the site of a Survivor TV series - Daniel's Bay has lots to see and experience!
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Wow - what a great island! Excellent harbour, waterfalls, pine forests and high ranch country. Come inside the album and see!
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We visited Hapatoni Bay, famous for artisans, especially carvers. We also visited Hana Moe Noa Bay and Ivaiva Bay where the beaches were white sand and the water crystal clear!
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Fatu Hiva is probably the most spectacular island in the Marquesas Group. Photos include the Bay of Virgins, mountain hikes and a traditional pig roast dinner.
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We had a wonderful 19 day passage from La Cruz, Mexico to Hiva Oa in the Marquesas Group of French Polynesia. Photos include everything from laundry day to our equator crossing.
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We spent a couple of weeks in February exploring the Gold Coast from Puerto Vallarta south to Manzanillo.
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A few shots of the great marina at La Cruz and our explorations around the Puerto Vallarta area.
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We took a panga trip up the Rio Tovara near San Blas. This is a mangrove jungle area with many birds, iguanas, turtles and even crocodiles.
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This magic island is a breeding area for many species of birds including frigates and blue footed boobies. The birds have no fear of people - allowing very close encounters and amazing photos!
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A collection of random photos taken at Marina El Cid and Old Mazatlan. We enjoyed the city, especially the many art studios and galleries.
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A great family Christmas together sailing in the Sea of Cortez from Puerto Escondito to La Paz. Hikes, snorkeling, sea lions, wake boarding, beach cattle and more . . .
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This is the bay and fishing village where we holed up during a big norther.
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Created 9 December 2010
This wonderful cruising area is located just north of La Paz. Red cliffs, crystal clear water and white sandy beaches abound!
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Created 9 December 2010
We spent about a week in this wonderful Mexican city. It is laid back with no visile tourist industry except for the yachties like us. We liked this place!
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This is a wonderful anchorage on the Baja Cape between Cabo and La Paz. We spent a couple of days here snorkeling, hiking and enjoying the beach.
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A visit to the town of Two Harbors, including a great hike, followed by a visit to the bigger town of Avalon.
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We anchored in Pelican Bay and did a great hike along the bluffs to Prisoners Bay. Vistas and some wildlife incliding an island fox!
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Created 13 October 2010
Beautiful beaches, elephant seals, sand dunes and great hiking - San Miguel has it all!
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Created 13 October 2010
A few shots around the marina while we were waiting out a big blow.
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A few photos a day at anchor in San Simeon including kayaking in the bay and views of the Hearst Castle verlooking the ocean.
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Shots of Monterey, the famous aquairium and a bike ride along the 17 Mile Drive to Carmel.
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Created 28 September 2010
Photos of Santa Cruz Marina and a bike ride to the boardwalk, pier and surfer museum. We then road to the cute village of Capitola a few miles south of Santa Cruz.
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Angel Island is located in the middle of San Francisco Bay. We spent the day exploring it on our folding bikes. Awesome views in all directions!
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Passage from Cictora to San Francisco. Departure on Sept 6. Arrival on Sept 11. Crew were Kris & Ryan. Great first passage for Sarah Jean II.
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A few photos of our boat.
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