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Awesome, congrats! What an accomplishment
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At 1300 on Thursday the 2nd of February, Groundhog Day we rounded Cape Horn east-to-west, then turned and rounded it west-to-east, just to make sure. There was no shadow for the groundhog to see, so we assumed that means it is still summer down here.
Congrats Man! that is an awesome Achievement! I thought those boats were not designed for such extreme sailing, but im sure the first sailors around that horn did it with a lot less?
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