Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Jake, shooting target practice at a bunch of cans with
Morgan's BB Gun.
We run into kids just about everywhere we go, but usually they have different interests than Jake and/or have other friends and don't necessarily "need" him as much as he needs them.  So Jake just makes the best of it and we move on.  Here, it's going to be hard to move on...Wyatt and Morgan on s/v LoveSong and Jake are three peas in a pod.  The have the EXACT same interests and they're all in the same age range...5,6,7.  Jake has had an absolute blast here and for the first time in a while, I actually feel bad about leaving.  They've played nonstop since we got here.

But all good things must come to an end (or at least lead to other good things, right?).  We're checking out of the country today and heading out in the morning.  We should be in Kosrae early next week (500 miles) and we are super excited.  I'm trying to prepare myself for all the rain, but other than that, it should be a huge change of scenery.  Kosrae is one of the less visited islands in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), but we hear the people are extremely friendly and that it's a beautiful place complete with hiking trails, waterfalls and mangroves.  Even better, we should be going downwind so Jake and I might actually be able to keep our lunch down!
He paid more attention to Alan and his instructions than
he ever has in school!

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