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We have arrived in Puerto Eden, and we are taking a break as a severe frontal system comes through. I have just added a new post to our blog: South From Castro Happy New Year!

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Happy New Year, Michael... welcome back.



EDIT:... just read the blog entry.. fabulous stuff.. very reminiscent indeed of the Barkley Sound area and other BC cruising grounds... along with the weather.

Still barely surviving on the food front, I see!

Edi's a trooper for sure! love the shot of her knitting calmly inside her shelter!

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Happy New Year Michael and Edi. And thanks for a truly great blog!


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EDIT:... just read the blog entry.. fabulous stuff.. very reminiscent indeed of the Barkley Sound area and other BC cruising grounds... along with the weather.
Wow! Even Volcan Corcovado bares an uncanny resemblance to Mount Baker.
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Amazing Post

I just finished reading your latest post. I am HOOKED and will vicariously live my voyage through you.

The sceNery you capture so well, your narritives are great, and the eating expedition you are on..well the best. Keep posting.

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I just finished reading your latest post. I am HOOKED and will vicariously live my voyage through you.

The sceNery you capture so well, your narritives are great, and the eating expedition you are on..well the best. Keep posting.

Fair winds

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+1. In my two off-shore races thus far, I've discovered one thing...good food makes ALL the difference.


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Great update. Safe travels!

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