I should be out of here tomorrow. There will be a major swell at my destination so I will go slowly and maybe it will die out by the time I get there. There are only three places left on the planet that I want to sail to with Pelican. The first has no anchorage and is barely a mile square. I have never met a cruiser that has set foot on this island. Some have. Not many. Maybe I will get lucky. If I can't make the first, I might be forced into trying the second. The second has a tough pass and all I have is a Google Earth image. The third is far away and is the least attractive except in the trophy sense so I might let it go. If I end up going for all three, I will be out here for awhile which isn't that attractive. I have used up quite a bit of my stamina for this second crossing.
There still isn't
email on the boat so it will be awhile for some news. If I get marooned
on one of these spots, I will try not to use the 406 EPIRB as a
glorified taxi service. Gotta have some interesting stories to post.
If you have been following the blog, you know that this passage is a meaningful one. After this, it will be about passing on the boat and doing something else with my time. At least for a little while. There is this place called the "Southern Ocean"... But that is for another boat.
See you on the other side.