Project Pacific: Day 2.14

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Nothing much to report today, other than we are hoping to start making easting by tomorrow morning.  Although we are now in line with Oregon State, we are still way in the middle of the Pacific and are waiting for the wind to change direction to push us home.  Upon studying the charts, it shows that we are closer to the islands off Alaska than we are to Vancouver Island.  Change of plans?  Though tempting, we are ready for some family time, doggy hugs and cat cuddles.

Christine’s note:  Tomorrow they should break the 1000nm left mark.  They are making excellent distance each day with 122nm yesterday and 112nm today.  I am not yet ready to announce their arrival date but … getting closer.  I woke up to a much better wind prediction today so am expecting continued wonderful progress.

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