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Cape Campbell
Wednesday, March 26, 2008

S41°45.42' E174°15.51'

Reached Cape Campbell after 69km. Had to fight against a 5 knot tide out of Tory Channel. Fog and light headwind in the morning with tide later. Saw a shark, an albatross and dolphins.



[alex on behalf of jc]

4 Comments:

Blogger the old folks at home said...

Gosh! you're really moving aren't you, is it the thought of Matt McKenzies beer? Don't like the sound of those Sharks but would be wonderful to see an Albatross, was it a Molly Mawk again?
You look as though you've got a nice straight run down hill from here on.Lots of look, keep up the good work.
Love from the old folk xx

12:23 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow - your nearing the end. Looks like a "straight run" down the coast and you're back to point A - after having done points B through Z.
Is what you are about to accomplish sinking in? or Does it all seem like some kind of dream?
Anyway - it's been a treat to follow you both - and wish you all the best for the remainder of the trip.

12:59 pm  
Blogger t_love said...

Wow - at that rate, with about 250km to go, you'll back to Christchurch within a week even if you lose a day or two to weather. Amazing.

And some of the most beautiful coast is still to come, as you approach Kaikoura. Have lots of crayfish while you're passing that way...

3:56 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there Aberdaron skinny dippers

The daily journal of your adventure has been fantastic reading.Hope you have lots of fun on the remainder of your trip to Christchurch.

Wishing you safe paddling, from everyone at the Parkgate woodpile.

9:32 pm  

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