See my big sad face
It is with a heavy heart that I write my last passage report, the last two days passage has been great, the sea is littered with seals, fins in the air sleeping and chillin', breaching the waves in pairs or more and then of course the infamous CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Great skippering means we rounded it in easy conditions making it an exciting passage with magnificent views of Table Mountain with its cloth waiting to fall neatly over the side.
Africa here we come.
This is my last blog, I thank the Skipper and Commander for making it all happen, its been an awesome ride, Skipper I salute you for keeping us all safe again and the commander for make sure we have have the right papers etc and that the "tissue" comes down when the wind gets up. A special female to female salute to Wendy Knight our Commander who once said to me she wasn't really a sailor!!!!!! Three Oceans, Biscay, French Coast, La Raz, Aldany Race to name but a few!!!!!!!! What a pedigree
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