43:39.30N 19:23.46W Still under spinnaker!

Rob Packham
Sat 23 Jun 2007 14:18

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The boys are going well. Last 30 hours have been under out big red/gold spinnaker and she is becoming a friendly face - but she can always bite you if you don't treat her right!
We are well north of the Rhumb line and have a number of boats around us for company.
We have sailed 554 miles after our four days at sea and have 688 to go to waypoint Lizard.
We are well into our routines and neither of us are sure whether we prefer the 9pm - midnight and 3am - 6am or the midnight to 3am watch. We swap about each day. During the day we simply sail, eat and sleep with few worries in the world.

and now BJ ."with few worries in the world"! there's Dave Cameron and the baggage handlers strike at heathrow just for starters
todays thoughts go to the Galley--the catering dept for you, dear readers.We've demolished most of the fresh food from the Azores.BR has been particularily impressive with the eggs over the last 24 hrs.They don't seem at all to have the properties reputed to them and there are still times when the only safe place to be is in the cockpit,whatever the conditions
todays Atlantic Ocean disc is inevitably Eleanor Rigby,the great and beautiful Eleanor,the middle of my three great and beautiful daughters,having almost certainly just yesterday gained a 1st at Bristol Uni.
all the lonely people where do they all come from tra lala
x to all