In case anyone from Valis is reading this, we're at four fish now, three of which have been caught on Fridays. Phil asked if there was any significance to this, my only reply was maybe we're finding God and he said, "if you're going to, it's out here." Amen brother.
It is incredible out here. The days are filled with warm winds, relaxing downwind sails, beautiful deep blue seas swelling up under us. And an occasional squall to keep you honest. The nights are dark and filled with stealthy squalls trying to get you when least expected. When the wind dips below 15 knots, we go hunting the squalls (to stave off the boredom half the time). Other times we just try to keep the boat under the wind shifts.
I'm starting to think I need to get Hawaii moved a little closer to San Francisco. 10 days would be a nice trip, 14 is a few too many.
For those of you disappointed by the lack of blogging, I have a notebook filled with pages of Pac Cup thoughts and I will get them published.
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