Selah way
Take me back to Tahiti, Bora Bora.
I miss these sunsets dearly.
When my friends take off, soaring

all around me, life takes a toll. Actually, wait. It’s been taking a toll. For far too long. 

My neck is getting so tired of looking up, wishing I could be there, but despite the efforts I make, I am land bound. 

Why me? 

Here is the same sunset, with out boat, ‘Selah’ anchored for the night. 
One of the most breath taking thing’s I’ve seen. e,
Spending so much time on a boat opened my eyes to how beautiful the world is, and can be. But it also revealed to me that there is definitely more to life than “becoming ‘wealthy enough’ to see the wonders of the world.”There has to be more to this life than what the world has to offer.
Storm from Tahiti to Samoa almost capsized the boat. Scariest thing of my life. 
A 4 mile hike to a waterfall in Tahiti. I miss this moment so much. 
American Samoa was a hot sticky place. Our ship had recently taken damage from a massive cyclone storm, so we had to stop for repairs. I wanted to carry on, but it was also very important that we re-provission the boat with food. We hadn’t seen a grocery store for a couple months. During my time in Samoa, I met an old sailor who had been in that harbor for 5 years. He smoked a pipe. We smoked together. This was that night. 
After 21 days to sea, the ship we were on, Selah, sailed into our first South Pacific tropical stop. Marquesas islands. The air was so sweet and earthy, we could smell it from 5 miles away! Salt water gets very old pretty fast.. This was the glorious sunset that greeted us upon arrival 
Forever swaying back and forth on the vast ocean..
Thirst for adventure
Sailing composure.
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