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No, that’s not Rebecca. That’s Miss Google.

Long story to follow tomorrow (I hope). Right now I need some sleep!

18 Comments

  1. booooo, I hate to be continues…grrrrrrr

  2. I’m sorry you had a rough passage, but the important thing is YOU’RE THERE!!!!!!!

  3. The “spot” didn’t come across that you were enjoying your crossing. Sleep is good!

  4. Watched you guys cross today. You guys did great. Cant wait to hear “The Story”.
    JC

  5. “Ms. Google”? What, did you pick up a hitch…err…transom hiker?

  6. I was watching your “spot” progress, and was wondering why you seemed to head up in a north east direction then turn south into the bahamas. Is this because of water currents and wind direction?

  7. OMG! The only reason I know that isn’t a hidden video of me is because I know that one should never puke in the head (I’ve found it’s best to do it overboard and into the wind so that it blows all over the crew in the cockpit)! So, having suffered through a handful of rough overnight passages, you have my complete and total sympathy. It would appear that you’ve safely arrived in the Bahamas and that’s a good thing, right?
    Get your well deserved sleep and please keep us posted.

  8. I only have 2 words for you – THE PATCH. Won’t leave for a crossing without one!

    Deb
    S/V Nomad
    http://www.theretirementproject.blogspot.com

  9. andy & sonja cru-zinacatamaran - Reply

    Glad your both safe with not to many issues , we used sea brees natural sickness tablets & wrist bands that have a pressure beed onto your pulse & we were fine the whole month at sea we started to use them & at times it was a little ruff 3 &4 mtr swells, But Before I did use mine I was so ill , vomiting even in the water while diving.
    Hope that solar charger is not to much of a problem for you.

    • You know, we have some of those wrist bands and I have never tried them. I need to do that. Thanks for reminding me.

      As for the solar issue, the controller fine. I just blew a fuse in the circuit. I still had the 10 amps fuse that was in there with the original panels so I upgraded it to a 20. Hopefully that solves that problem.

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