Aloha Locos and Locettes, For our French national and family, Happy Bastille Day. What better way to celebrate this French Holiday, than to physically abuse Clement during a sail change? Going from a POS A2 spin to the A4, the kite re-filled as we tried to take it down, wrenching Clement’s left shoulder. Fortunately our… Continue reading Daily Report from Nav (sorry for delay as they are only 40 miles out now)
Text from Doug. He’s moved their ETA up to 7:30 – 8:00am Hawaii time!
Well we used to be praying for the sun to come out, but now we are very happy when a cloud comes over us. Days are hot and humid now and the wind has dropped to 10-12 knots. Looking for any shade is key. Sleeping in cabin is hot and the daily ritual is an… Continue reading Report from the boat…Day 10…getting closer!!!
Day 9. We have finished all of our pre-made meals, put together by Ryan James’ Smoking Bowls Edibles. They were really good and well enjoyed by the whole team. Last night was Trader Joe’s Jaipur Vegetable curry with Spam! The Spam was courtesy of Larry’s dock neighbour, Joan and John. Next up is freeze dried… Continue reading Report from our Loco’s. Day 9
I tried to get all the same questions answered, but our Captain is very private, so here’s what i got, Enjoy!! I was born in Fullerton California where I lived for 14 years until my family moved to Hawaii. My Father purchased a 34 sloop and not a clue how to sail, although he was a decorated… Continue reading Meet the Crew…last but not least, our head Loco!! Loco Leader Larry!!
Days are starting to run together and I think I missed a report but I know Doug provided one of our drama with the mast track for the spinnaker pole. Wind has been up mostly with 16 – 22 knots. We did our first gybe last night and are now on port tack. Tropical warmth… Continue reading Another Daily report from today…Freeze Dry!! mode. Yum yum