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Mother watch is at an end again and so five minutes to write to you before sleep gets the better of me and I crawl into my damp, mildew riddled sleeping bag after climbing to my top bunk on the high side of the boat and drift off for 7 hours glorious sleep! I can really sell it cant I!!
Well today 21st we crossed the international date line and sailed back into the western hemisphere, and if i did not know
what day of the week it ws before I certainly dont know now! All I know is,  we really are on our way home now! it seems silly as I have been home recently but it still feels good to be making progress to home. to celebrate this I cracked open the Ferrero Rocher which went down a treat, then we cooked 3 great meals. including the best porridge of the trip for Terry (odd as  when we mothered together we hated each others porridge, mine too thick his too runny (compromise eh!) I also baked a celebratory cake! Now neither you or Rachael Allen have anything to worry about but it went down well, even if the decorating (assisted by Della from North One) was a little dodgy! photos to come!
Speaking of North One, it seems to be a competition between James Dave and me for air time. Dave plays it down and says I
  get grumpy if I have not had my daily camera time, but he is every bit as bad as me but in denial!!!
Not much else happening a bit of general medic work, nothing serious and lots of wind, we are trying to remain in the top
flight and still cling on to the hope of a podium but i think this one will be close, despite over 2.6 thousand miles to go!
Well sleep and trying to type at a ridiculous angle are getting the better of me so for now I will say night night!

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    Its like Jim Kirk but without the star dates and I'm not the captain!

     Well here is where you can get to find out a little more about how I'm getting on in my quest for adventure.

    I aim to keep you posted on my training (both how I cope with learning to sail and how I am getting into shape for the race), How I am doing with regards to funding and how much money I have raised for good causes.

    I intend on this to be a journal of everything connected to this epic adventure, so at times it may be funny, sometimes full of grumbles and sometimes down right crazy! but I hope at all times it will reflect my experiences and feelings at the time.

    So watch this space!!!

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