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Followed

Followed

Followed

Red skies yet again. This time, their portent is unmistakeable. We are followed by rain showers embedded in a small trough and within hours wind and sea will drive us to the north and east.

The easting I can abide, but the nor thing rankles something fierce. Everyone one of those miles I will have to give back in order to pass south of New Zealand. It may seem a small thing, a mile here or there, but over the course of many weeks the add up.

This fellow chasing us will be short-lived. By tomorrow morning we should have westerly winds. In the meantime, I’ve set twin headsails and am steering ExN. We’ll ride the twins all night as the wind veers west.

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