Aloha mai kākou, ʻo ʻĀina Paikai kēia, he holokai ma luna o ka waʻa ʻo Hōkūleʻa. Aia mākou i aneʻi ma Lizard Island, Australia. We left Carins after about a week. We are finally back on the ocean, so we have come to our destination here on Lizard Island to meet with the folks at the Lizard Island Research Station who have done tremendous work in helping us understand about coral reefs. Today we will be able to explore the island and also learn a little more about what this station has done for coral reefs. As you can see, we have a little bit of sail repair at the moment. We are happy and healthy on the canoe, and also making sure everything is well maintained. We are looking forward to continuing our sail to our next stop of Thursday Island and then onto Darwin. So quite a bit more sailing left – the whole top of Cape York, past the gulf, and onto Darwin. Thank you again for following us at Hokulea.com. Aloha!