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Neck Cove after 72km hop
Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Light winds and a sunny day helped us cover 72km to reach Neck Cove. Stunning views along the way including dolphins. Tired not but in comfy hut. Due to be strong northerly windws again tomorrow so good to have covered the distance today.

S45°11.58' E166°58.48'

[alex on behalf of jc]


Blogger the old folks at home said...

Great! 72km, thats the most you've done on this trip, so you can take it easy tomorrow. Hope you've got rid of the sand flies. Enjoy yourselves. Love from the old folks xx

11:34 am  
Blogger Michael said...

Seems to be if you can alter the weather in your favour, you ought to be able to get rid of those pesky flies! ;-) Happy paddles!

6:57 pm  
Blogger Rob said...

Justine and Barry,
Looks like you are both feeling strong with that kind of distance covered in a day. Good to hear Justine is feeling better. Enjoying following your progress from northern Minnesota where we have no sand flies this time of year!


8:09 pm  

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