Experiences of a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia (2016-19) and further adventures…
With fellow PCVs Andrew and Kevin, I climbed to the top of one of the largest sand dunes in the world on Saturday. So named because it is the seventh dune after crossing the river Tsauchab, Dune 7 has been measured at over 1,256 feet – 383 meters. I hope these photos and video clips give you some idea of its scale and beauty, as well as the fact that it’s made up entirely of small grains…
Until 2019, I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia focused on Community Economic Development. Before that, I was a high-tech executive, small business owner, consultant and business broker. View all posts by Chris
2 thoughts on “Dune 7”
Chris – Wow! Great views of the sand dunes. So it constantly shifts around with the blowing wind – crazy!
Quakes are holding on my a thread – recruited a new half back and a new forward to help in the coming months.
Yea, Rick – they say the peak of the dune moves up to 20m per year.