on the deep blue
It is now Wed 7am. We left
All is well out here. The only injury was sustained by me Monday on land when the bike I rented, dropped its chain off the wheel and while I was distracted staring at it, headed down into a ditch and flew over the handlebars in a somersault. Only a few scrapes. Luckily I decided to wear long pants and shoes instead of sandals that day.
Finished the Waikiki Widow; written in early1950s and gives
a feel for that time in
We have to skirt some small islands that only show up as dots on the large chart. We could not find an appropriate scale paper chart for area from Bora to Cooks. We are able to get help from zoom in capability on our new electronic chart. Don’t like to rely on them but between the 2, I think we are ok. I don’t know why the last sentence was underlined; the keyboard has been acting up; feels sticky, like something spilled in it.
It is always interesting to read guide or charts and see a notation that the position of the land may be off a mile or two.
It is now sunny and I am hungry for breakfast.
The journey is the reward. I saw that written somewhere.