Wouldn't it be great if we could teleport our friends (one at a time) to join us in the cockpit each evening for sunset, emergence of the stars, conversation, and, best of all, to listen to the sounds of whales breathing. You would be amazed. To hear a huge whale (possibly another blue by the sound of its breathing)just a few yards away, quietly resting at the surface between breaths as deep as the ocean, or to be surrounded by a pod of curious pilot whales not once but twice, and hear their breathy sighs and snorts only ten feet away on all three sides of the cockpit, well, this will give you an idea of the magic.
This morning we leave for Bahia de Magdalena, about 250 miles away, weather permitting. While we're offshore you can see a map of our position on the "Where is Sockdolager Now" special page on the left. We're sending this via Ham radio, so no photos this post, and we can't access our email right now, so either check the blog periodically or sign up to follow.