So What to Do When the Wind Dies?

With many other things to learn, we then got alongside Mission Performance and practiced throwing line over to tow a boat and then throwing line to transfer either supplies or person between boats.

Boat being towed and about to release lines

Boat being towed and about to release lines


transfer of our favorite Man Over Board victim to another boat

transfer of our favorite Man Over Board victim to another boat

And of course a bit of recreation!

Racing toward Mission Performance!

Racing toward Mission Performance!

2 thoughts on “So What to Do When the Wind Dies?

  1. Hi Linda,
    I will start blowing my oboe, English horn and Ocarinas louder to stir up more wind if you’re still just sitting in still waters!
    I love receiving your reports! It helps me live part of your amazing adventure.
    The PNW weather has been unseasonably hot. We are looking for rain and need it but will probably not see very much for another 6-8 weeks. Meanwhile I am practicing and getting over rotator cuff surgery that I had done this past winter. I’m feeling pretty good about it all. Really working on good posture – I guess it’s about time!
    I hope to visit my sisters in October so we will toast you from afar!
    Big Hugs and Heave Ho!
    Nancy

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    • Hope3 your shoulder does well! Would love to hear your music as we journey! I do have it in my head! Will be in Seattle mid April as one of the stops. Maybe you will be around then? Say hi to the family!

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