Living the Dream

10 September 2009 | Niuatoputapu, Tonga
29 August 2009 | Savusavu
25 August 2009 | Toba Basaga Bay - NE Viti Levu
20 August 2009 | Robinson Crusoe Island
12 August 2009 | Vuda Marina
10 August 2009 | Vuda Marina
28 July 2009 | Vuda Marina
27 July 2009 | Vuda Marina!
27 July 2009 | Back in Vuda Marina!
20 July 2009 | Navadra Island
18 July 2009 | Drawaqa Island
15 July 2009 | Suva
02 July 2009 | Sawa-I-Lau
27 June 2009 | Nanuya Lailai
20 June 2009 | Nanuya Lailai
16 June 2009 | Naviti Island
07 June 2009 | Vuda Point Marina
04 June 2009 | Vuda Point Marina
31 May 2009 | Vuda Point Marina
26 May 2009 | Vuda Point Marina

We Did It!

08 August 2013 | Marina Village
Sally Vienna
A big thank you to who came to help us celebrate this fabulous day. We couldn't have asked for it to go any better or be any more beautiful!

Spring Break 2013!

07 April 2013
We can't believe it is already spring and the month of April! It's getting scary how fast time is zipping by. Our two week break has gone way too fast as well, but we got some time in away from the dock, so guess we can't complain too much!

We started out with a fun visit from Jeff and Kathi from Bold Spirit. They left their boat in Fiji for another season and flew home to spend time in the states. We are so happy they stopped by San Diego so we could get together. We spent a couple of nights on the hook in Glorietta Bay rafted with John and Renee on Rubicon (formerly from Scarlett O'Hara). It felt like we were back out there cruising. Notice the Hotel Del in the background of our picture!

After a night in Mission Bay, we headed out to San Clemente Island to get some diving in, but 30 minutes after we got anchored, the Navy asked us to leave because they were going to be doing live fire practice. What we could say?!! So we decided to give up on the diving and head to Catalina. The water was too cold anyhow - not very inviting! We spent a couple of days in Avalon, then went to Two Harbors. We were surprised at how empty is was. We thought there would be a bunch of people out for Easter, but other than the weekend days, it was very quiet. We met a very nice couple (Kathy and Jeshua) who hiked the entire island from Avalon to Two Harbors. It was fun hearing about their adventures and we played some pool together at the Harbor Reef. From Catalina, we headed over to Dana Point for a couple of days, then down to Oceanside, and then back home. It feels good to be back - now we need a vacation from vacationing!

Merry Christmas!

25 December 2012 | Our Marina
Sally
Merry Christmas! We hope everyone is having a fantastic day filled with lots of love and laughter!
Vessel Name: The Dorothy Marie
Vessel Make/Model: Endeavor 43
Hailing Port: San Diego
Crew: Glen Vienna and Sally Houston
The Dorothy Marie's Photos - Album 11 - Niuatoputapu and Samoa
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A couple of work boats!
The Papapapai-tai water fall isn
The Baha
This shows where the eight Baha
The Fiafia show at the Aggie Grey hotel started with the traditional sounding of the conch.
The women were beautiful and very subdued in their dancing.  Many of their moves looked "geisha" inspired.
OOh, la, la! The men in the show were a lot more lively with their dancing.  It
This is Aggie Grey, Jr.!  She is the granddaughter of the original and very much a part of running the hotel.  She came up and danced the last "act" of the show.
Aggie Grey
The grounds of Aggie Grey
The Catholic Cathedral is a major landmark along the Apia waterfront.
We arrived in Samoa just a couple of weeks after they switched which lane they drive in - they used to import most of their cars from the US, so drove on the right side, now they get most from NZ, so are driving on the left!  The police were out constantly directing traffic and restaurants and bars had to quit selling liquor at 10 instead of 12 PM!
Our first view of Apia from just outside the harbor.  We were surprised to see how big and modern it looked!
Uh, oh!  This can
 
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The Dorothy Marie

Who: Glen Vienna and Sally Houston
Port: San Diego