Day 30 Steady Progress 1/10/13

 

Oct 1, 2013 wider view

Positon: 01.45 N, 152. 02 W @ 16:30 UTC

Note: To get a closer view of Glenn’s position and enlarge the picture, click on the map.

It was a steady day, steady wind, steady progress south. I spent some time in the cockpit, the rest reading and writing.

reading down below on West Wind II, Aug, 2011

I joined the Pacific Seafarer’s Net ( a group of volunteer Amateur Radio Operators ) so every night I can join in the roll call of boats and give my position report when they call my sign and boat name. I registered on their website which will update my position daily. A very interesting group. One fellow I spoke to from Seattle for example, has been travelling with his wife on board their boat for two years. They’re currently in Guatemala. 

Heading: 127 true Boat Speed: 6.7 knots Wind: E 15 knots Swell: E 1.5 Cloud: 10% Bar: 1010 Temp: 26 C

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Comments

  1. Susanne and Honey says:

    Hello Marylou and Glen,

    I keep track of your journey,
    I wish you all the best and hope that our routes will cross again one day.
    Fair winds
    Susanne

  2. Hi Glen Lynn and I are enjoying watching your
    Progress! You look great! Take care and happy
    Sails!

  3. Just curious being on your own little island (41′ by 10.3′ ). How dose one keep fit? I know going up and down the companionway and hoisting sails up and down is only a small part of muscle training. What about your total physical conditioning?

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