Our position is...
24 degrees 17 minutes North, 20 degrees 30 minutes West. We are going 6.6 knots motor sailing and are on a course of 234 degrees true. The wind is nine knots app. off the stb. quarter. The sky was filled with small, puffy clouds all day and it is 79.5 degrees down below. The seas have been very calm all day. Just before sundown we had a little burst of wind, 12-15 knots, that died away as the sun set. I caught and released what I think is the smallest dolphin fish that I have ever caught before. To estimate his length I would say that he was about 18 inches long. I think the little guy bit off more than he could chew and his mom needed to teach him safer eating habits. We had a great evening with first the cute dolphin fish, then a vibrant, long green flash, and finally a great dinner of steak, potatoes, and corn. Propagation is back to normal.
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