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Quick evening post
Dustin Gaskell per Jenny G
26/04/2012

Sorry peeps got to go it's 7pm the sun is high in the sky & we are catching dinner and need to tac. Have a great weekend we are all fine. Love from Condesa

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Weather
25/04/2012

Currently moving along at 7 knts @ 180 deg.


Genica is up and flying
Dustin Gaskell per Jenny G
25/04/2012

all happy & well condesa is flying happily. night watch is beautiful so many bright stars and göod talent onboard. my captain n me same breeze on our faces :)

Lat+16.325366 Lon-112.427266 Alt +164 ft (0s ago) 25-Apr-2012 01:19:22 UTC http://map.iridium.com/m?lat=16.325366&lon=-112.427266


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jennyg
24/04/2012, N 16.806733'N:-112.482566 W'W, Pacific Ocean

A wild and wooly night with huge swells and foggy skyline. All the sails worked hard as we ranged between 5.5 -7knts all night. Covering good gorund every day and the weather is perfect although we are noticing it get warmer every day as we sail south. Starting to get a routine going but still no fish caught yet. Love to all back hime and in La Paz Mark Jenny John & Pedro

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jennyg
23/04/2012, N 18.289883'N: -111.071250'W, Pacific Ocean

Qoute - "the milk run" ...Pedro

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jennyg
22/04/2012, N 20.124800'N:E 110.383166'E, Pacific Ocean

Location Sunday 22ndApril2012

Monday
jennyg
22/04/2012, N 22.88'N:E -109.86'E, Pacific Ocean

We are all happy and doing well. We cruised the Califorian Baja Coastline and motored close to beach to see the resorts and activity at teh playground Cabo San Lucas. watching admiring the cliff face and the natural rock archway before hitting the Pacific ocean. Once we rounded that bend it was like the gates were open for Condesa. 25-30 knt winds and she charged at 9-10 knots for the next 3 hrs. Setteling down to a good 6 knots for the night. The sky was filled with bright stars and I was apreciating the talent we have onboard whilst doing the 1am-4am watch with my captain by my side. Life is grand all is well out here .

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