Sun out and sailing south

The adventures of Skipper Splodge and mack
Ian Cheek
Wed 22 Sep 2010 14:27
The rain last night was short lived, and the day turned into another sunny and windy day. The wind not quite in the right direction, but at 1500 we tacked, and have started our trip south.
Some of us have got out sea legs today, so Me and Richard had pastie and chocalate pudding for lunch (the other crew were not up for chocalate pudding which was good so me and Richard as we had half each), and the cold sassages were had for breakfast.
We have run out of Percy Pigs, well we actually ran out of those on day 1.
We had the generator running this morning, so on went the bread maker, and by 1300 there was a loaf of bread, and the boat was smelling of that fresh bread smell, which was a welcome change that sweety unwashed bodies. Richard seem fasinated by the bread maker, along with the SSB and the weather decoding, he has spent hours today watching things slowly download on the PC screen (well it keeps him out of trouble)