Monday, September 19, 2011

On the way to Tonga

So we got the boat under weigh, and we are now far out to sea, on the way to the Tonga. The last island in Polynesia along our route is falling behind on the horizon, and a glorious orange sunset welcomed us back to sea as we ate diner in the cockpit.

Winds are in the 10 - 12 knot range with big mixed sells. We expect some squalls during the night, so we are reefed down. It feels nice to be at sea again - more focused, with shore work done, the sailing ahead of us

We're all well; and hope our friends and family are the same. G'Nite.


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Anonymous said...

Hi, can't get my email to work. Miss you all terribly. Love to all, am so glad you are having a good time. Lots of swiming and identifying creatures! Am so happy for you all! Love and kisses Grandma Jean