Mon 2 Nov 2009 15:51
Course: South sou' west; Speed: 5 knots
Wind: Southeast; F4/5 - moderate/fresh breeze
Weather: partly cloudy, warm
Day's Run: 119 miles
The southeast trades continue to boisterously blow, providing us with a bouncy, spray drenched ride - and a respectable day's run. ETA Salvador remains early 8 November.
"The Trades were blowing with a mild steady strain upon the canvas, and the ship heading right out into the immense blank of the Western Pacific. . Forever advancing we seemed forever in the same place, and every day was the former lived over again." Herman Melville, Moby Dick.
Wrong ocean but you get the idea. Another day, another . Zzzzzzz.