Unusually, I was in the cabin the other day and saw that there was another vessel showing on the AIS. On checking it had a Closest Point of Approach that was too close for comfort. So I got in touch on the VHF and they kindly changed course to give me a bit more leeway. While making sure they had in fact changed course I grabbed a flare (just in case they couldn’t see me as a white rowing boat in an ocean full of white capped waves is hard to spot) and had to scramble to find a pair of shorts to cover up with! (My current preferred rowing uniform is a long-sleeved shirt. And nothing else. Keeps the sun off while minimising sores.)
Almost there, keep it up and Vasbyt!!
The Braai is lit just need to put some charcoal on the wood and we will be ready to cook – Keep up the good work
God speed Greg! Your family must be absolutely dying to meet you in Antigua. Go safe.
Just read that you’ve finished – well Done Greg – absolutely brilliant !!!
Well done Greg