June 12, 9:00 pm

All is quiet as the 8-11 watch digs in.  Off-watchers sleeping or reading.  Big news today, our noon-noon distance traveled was 210 nautical miles.  That, as Bill Murray said, was a pretty good day.  Had great veggie cassarole for dinner then Jackie baked homemade banana bread, for breakfast.  Smells great in here.  Winds calmed down to 15-17, seas also calmer.  Night all.

7 thoughts on “June 12, 9:00 pm

  1. Hi Jackie and Matt- am following your fantastic journey!! Jackie your great-grandmother Lee would be thrilled with your culinary gift!! Enjoy and have fun – what a great adventure! Love, Aunt Carole

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  2. Great sailing, it appears that you’re averaging 225 mi/day, which would put you in Faial in under 9 days, is that right?! Wow! (What is the speedo – VOG difference?)
    Too bad no fishing, but seabirds are really not good eating 😉 (nor bottle nosed dolphin for that matter!)
    Hope the wind holds up. (Tell Cam that a North Atlantic swim at 9 it’s is not a great idea 😉
    Sounds like you’re trying to use up those bananas, sorry Jackie, I have no recepies to offer ;))
    Best wishes to all

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  3. Alas, one thing you forgot to pack…a selfy stick. Haaa. More group photos….of those not sleeping. 🙂

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  4. WHOEVER IS WRITING COMMENT OF THE TRIP IS WONDERFUL . I FEEL LIKE I AM RIDING THE WAVES WITH YOU ALL. S OEXCITING. AND GUTS…
    I LOOK FOR YOUR BLOGS EVERYDAY. MARILYN INFANTE RELATIVE OF JACKIE

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  5. Jackie ur amazing making banana bread on board !! I don’t know how anyone. Old concentrate with that awesome smell 😉 👍🏻💖 sounds like ur making great time and hope the fish start biting soon 😘😘 love auntie

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