Montag, Dezember 03, 2007

Progress report 12/03/07 Monday

Weather update from Karel Vissel:

mon mrng nw 3bft noon nw 3bft aft nw 3bft seas 4 to 3.80 mtr swell 2.20 mtr frm w

tues mrng NE 3 to4bft noon Ne 4bft aft NE 4bft seas 3.80 swell 2mtr frm w

Satellite Text Messages Received from Freya:

45.60 166.28 sorry didn't feel today like battling into 4_5 headwinds in 4m seas just cut x rough West.Passage to reef sheltered Landing Bay

hope I feel strong enough to punch through Luncheon Cove tomorrow in those headwinds with probably very choppy seas on that side


Blogger DennisC said...

Freya, Nice to see you've past half way and are 'enjoying' the most remote place in the country. Keep up the blog - I check it every day and find it inspiring.

7:30 nachm., Dezember 03, 2007  
Blogger Jim said...

"Keep in mind there is two kinds of paddlers. One’s that have been trashed and One’s that are going to be trashed!". Keep up the safe paddling.

11:05 nachm., Dezember 03, 2007  
Blogger Michael said...

No, Jim, there's a third kind of paddler: Freya's kind! Keep your spirits up, you're doing just great! Your blog is a wonderful adventure for all of us.

Cheers and best wishes!

1:28 vorm., Dezember 04, 2007  
Blogger DennisC said...

You're right Michael - it seems that spirit, determination, strength, skill and ability are there in as big a dose as personality, humility and caring.

These waters are special and need someone with a close ocean relationship to work with them... Good on ya girl - go for it.

7:49 vorm., Dezember 04, 2007  

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