06 May 2008 | Rarotonga
08/5/6 Dreams worth living...
Bill has always dreamed of sailing the South Pacific and now he has with his son and grandson something to remember and cherish. Three generations sailing together I am sure is beyond his dream and that his how God works in our lives. Bill flies on to Tahiti today making the long journey home to Key Largo. Gabriella will sail in the morning. Our first stop planned will be in three days at Beveridge Reef hoping to fill the freezer with fresh fish. The reef is sitting surrounded by miles and miles of open ocean. Trevor is hoping to see big sharks . I am not. What ever we see I am sure will be very interesting and wild. God willing and surviving the reef we will have another day of sailing to reach Niue. Niue is a small island and the smallest country in the world with 1,100 inhabitants. Currency is the New Zealand dollar the same as Rarotonga in the Cook Islands.
I give a high recommendation of Rarotonga to any one wishing to visit and experience life and the people of the South Pacific. Our time here has been enjoyed and It is time to move on.
Aboard Gabriella at this time is Gail Ted and Trevor Gordon. We will send word along the way if possible. Until then I will choose to trust God and give Him my praise for He is worthy.