We’ve done it. We’ve arrived safely into New Zealand. It took us 8 months total to sail the 7,225 miles all the way from Mexico, cruising the South Pacific islands. It’s a trip that has taken us through all sorts of environments: the lush green mountains of the Marquesas islands, the turquoise waters and white sands of the atolls in the Tuamotu archipelago, the bustling city life of Tahiti, the laid-back island charm of Rarotonga, the spookily beautiful caves of Niue, the coral gardens of the Kingdom of Tonga and the diverse vibrancy of the Fijian islands.
We catch up with Carrie, Cooper, Hattie and Hobbes as they learn what “leisure” means when you’re a family of four. Plus, Hobbes digs in deep and comes up with… lettuce!
Jess, James and baby Rocket have crossed the ocean and are back dockside. See how our sea-faring friends are balancing feeding and diapering and raising a baby onboard.
We catch up with new parents, Brian and Elsa, and their first baby as they prepare for spring and lots of little life changes.
Is It Spring yet? Maybe in Portland, or Austin, or even London. But after checking in with our composting friends in Leadville, CO last month…