|General Destination. Note Start Point Flag is during Day 3.|
|Awesome morning, bye USA!|
|Showing the route in to the Oil Fields|
|Lots of Oil Tankers waiting|
for their turn to enter TX.
Day 2 - Continuing through the Offshore Oil Rigs slowly making only 30 knot miles in to a light South-southeasterly averaging about 2.5 knots.
|Continuing through Oil Fields|
|Oil Rig in the distance.|
We didn't bother to get to close.
|Starting the day still on the edge of|
|And in rain|
|I think I need better rain pants.|
Olympia jacket - Fantastic!
|Incredible water colour|
|Oops, Autopilot down.|
That will suck if we ever
have calm waters...
|Sterling keeping me company during his split shift.|
|We're fricking moving!|
|One of the last Rigs|
Ripped Jib Sail last night.
|Not ideal, ripped jib|
|Sterling on shift|
|Arthur and Sterling putting 20 litres of gas in with out|
spilling...or maybe just a little
|I never realised how much I love|
daylight. Sad to see the sun go.
|The sun always leaves us wanting more, but unlike musicians|
we have to wait until the next day for the encore.
|Our wine box looked like I felt|
Beat around, haha
|Most of day in the deep blue|
|Looks like a man who's done...|
|This way to Progresso Brad|
|Last night at sea, with any luck|
|Progresso so close|
|"I ain't no pussy"|
|There it is!!!|
|Could have been a garbage dump and |
I would have kissed it!
|We made it!|
|More speed boats than sail in the marina|
|Progesso is a big fishing Town|
|Big fishing boats|
|More local type fishing boats|
|Stacked on top of each other.|
Not sure how many of these go out.
|A view of the coast going to Cancun. Seems like a lot of|
projects that are moving slowly or abandoned.
|Day 7 route|
|Got some tunes going|
|This is taking a while|
|Calf Auto Pilot|
|A relaxed, better scenery version|
of Apocalypse Now
|The classic Palapa dock|
|Holbox - accessed only by boat|
|Watching for the Captain to return|
|Captain arrived just in time.|
|Back to open coastal water|
|Land 2 miles out|
Message in a Bottle ya.
|What more can be said...|