Day 6 Rangrioa to Oahu
16 February 2013 | 11 57.993'S:147 44.422'W, South Pacific Ocean
Sorry for the late post but I got lazy and slept this afternoon while George was on watch. Last night was our 1st 24 sail and getting used to a regular routine takes a day or so. Prior to that, it was whoever could stay awake as we dodged squalls and storm cells. Different today as we get into the lowe latitudes, weird thinking that, going north to smaller numbers, oh well, more confused seas and a line of clouds that had us confused. Turned out to be no big deal, but for a couple of hours we were scraatching our heads and being understandably gunshy. We are charging on, heading north and a little, to get to the equator as fast as we can. We may cross somewhere betweem 148 and 150. On a broard reach, rolling a bit so typing is fun and you proofreaders can leave me alone! Also spell checker is on the blink and it's time to eat dinner. That is all we are fine just ready for solid ground!