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“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard” -A.A. Milne
Restless for the day to begin, I arise early and climb the ladder onto the roof of the main house just
In contrast to the previous blog, I’ve decided to write about the things that we do not miss.
As you might imagine, living on Kure Atoll, a remote and tiny speck in the middle of a
Kure Atoll is a wild and isolated place. It sits alone in the vast Pacific Ocean about 1500 miles or so northwest of O‘ahu. Resting on the southeast corner of the northwestern-most atoll is Green
Spending a few years on this tiny island in the middle of the Pacific has taught me a lot. Each day offers new growth and a chance to engage with the natural world in a
The winter crew has been on Kure for about two months. Every morning we are greeted by the sun burning over the Eastern horizon. But a couple weeks ago we were, instead, awoken by the
Bittersweet, adj. : both pleasant and painful
It’s hard to put into words all of the emotions running through our bodies or the thoughts racing through our minds on the last days here on Green
"I've got the tape ready when you are Matt," said Keelan.
She bucked and roared. "She's just having a bit of a fit, she's alright," he said.
I peered over my shoulder to see Matt gently lift
It's 7 am. The breeze is lightly blowing the sarong I have stretched in front of the window as a makeshift drape. I can see the sun rising high in the sky. The heat radiating
We have officially finished our first month on Green Island, in Kure Atoll. Now that things have settled we are all starting to fall into place and fit into a rhythm. I wanted to