Day 52 Forecast: Calm 23/10/13

 Oct 23, 2013

Position: 33.14 S, 173 57 W

We’ve had a very good run for the last 24 hours and it all helps to bring us closer. I think I may have focused on it a bit too much lately and there is still such a long way to go. This past week has been terribly slow and the forecast is for more calms. I will be glad to break away and get going. 

Course 290 T Speed 5 knotsWind WSW 10 knots Waves S .5 M Cloud 60% Temp 21 C Baro 1020 Miles in last 24 hrs: 120 nm

Watch a short clip of Claire talking to Glenn on the ham radio. Thanks John Stephens (ZL2DD) in Tauranga, and Cliff (ZL4AS) in Balclutha NZ for making it happen.

Comments

  1. Pat and Fred Lark says:

    Hi Glenn,

    Wow I don’t know how you are handling the “down” times meaning not fast sailing times. Know that you have hundreds of people cheering you on, landlubbers like us that you have generously shared your time with. Warts and all. That is what makes it so genuine. Thanks again Glenn and Marylou. Hang in there. I know we are!

    Pat and Fred

  2. Bobbie and Terry Elworthy says:

    Hi Glenn: Really enjoy your wonderful descriptions of the happenings around you. Really brings back many memories for me. Hope your wind picks up soon.

    Terry Elworthy

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