leaving in the wee hours Sunday morning 🤞
We were ready to depart on Thursday morning, but a drastic change in the strength of a forecasted southerly system has kept us in port. It looks like it will settle down late Saturday evening, so I will go to bed very early then and get up in the wee hours of Sunday to depart. I prefer to leave with a full, long day of daylight ahead of me, so we can get as far offshore as possible before night falls and I get sleepy.
The extra time has given me a chance to work out a few minor kinks in the sign-up process for my supporters… thank you for your patience with me as I fixed this today. 💕I’ve said this many times the last few weeks, but yet again, I have cause to be overwhelmed by the generosity I have experienced lately! So many of you have decided to support our passage so that I might take you along for the journey through our tracker map, photos, and stories. Thank you for believing in me and what I’m doing.
Looking forward to sharing the magic of a month at sea with you!
xo & fair winds,
elana, zia, and s/v windfola, 10 May 2019, 5:48 PM PDT
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