June 24, 2008
372 miles to go. Blustery, big seas. 2nd reef in main sail and genoa reefed accordingly. Squally. Sand Dollar continues to roll and cork screw through the sloppy seas – boy is this getting old – with the windvane Horatio valiantly steering our course. We weren’t looking forward to tackling galley duty with all the boat motion, but Ken was really hungry and dove right in and fixed a great lunch. The Mahi was awesome – we had it hot for lunch and cold for dinner. A grey morning turned into a sunny afternoon, but more squals gathered on the horizon in the evening.