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In the Gulf Stream

In the Gulf Stream

Captain Daniel D. Moreland

At 0700 this Friday AM we are at 37-10N / 063-27W we are in the stream, predictably lumpy and uncomfortable but not too bad, seas 10’-14’– winds Wly at @ 20 /25kts – we are making 8 knots steering SEly towards a point east of 32N/60W – low overcast – good for the gang to have some moderate lumps right about now, see what the sea is really about, and makes the trade-winds all the sweeter – all fine aboard – only a couple folks sea-sick, not too bad at all except for them, would expect more to be suffering mal-de-mer, Chibley has expelled her one traditional south-bound up-chuck – ship snug as a bug in a rug, making good time towards better weather. Hot comforting porridge coming out of the galley. Siri calls her wet plastered hair her “Force 7 Hair Style”.

Jon on helm in the Gulf Stream
Sophie, Lorraine, Jo and Paula on watch

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