I am grateful for the wind at my back. It is making for good progress, which is encouraging on a day like today as I lost my primary autohelm. This is a device that automatically adjusts my course to keep me on a good line, and is vital for us solar rowers as it adjusts our course when we are resting. I brought two backups – a refurbished one and a new one. The refurbished one wouldn’t work, so I’ve gone to the new backup already. I hope it lasts. I now have a new appreciation for what might have led to the phrase, “swearing like a sailor”.
Hey Greg, thinking of you as you cross the mighty blue. I’ll raise a glass tonight to you and the autohelm. Keep course, keep strength!
Hello Greg, sending thoughts of encouragement from Göteborg, Sweden. I was thinking of you guys today on my trail run on slippery icy patches and Siberian wind in my face. I hope the new autohelm will last all the way to Antigua. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year dude! May the (wind) force be with you! Enjoying the updates, keep em coming! Love from all this end. Gb Fries
Hi Gore, thanks for the updates. Any chance of a picture? Happy New Year, good rowing and vasbyt!
Thinking of you regularly and our prayers are with you as is our love! May the autohelm keep doing its stuff!
Peter and Janet Farrant.(Waterberg).
Happy new year, Greg! Sorry to hear about your autohelm! Will be praying the new one lasts and you don;t have to resort to rowing by the stars!