Update: 4/5/13 @ 8:45 PM EDT

Current position 24.4900N, -85.5600W. 155 n/m from the Dry Tortugas. ETA is tomorrow evening, hopefully before dark. We made up for lost time today with favorable winds and current. Winds came from the NW blowing 25-30 knots with 8-12 foot seas. Now currently blowing 20 knots and seas have subsided to 3-6 feet. All is well aboard the Doublewide.

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  1. Tim
      April 6, 2013

    Sounds like a great day! Sail on!!!!

  2. Don Turner
      April 6, 2013

    Mr. Haley predicted Friday´s weather on the nail….a week prior. Super news. Great sailing…. thanks for the posts and sharing your journey!

  3. Don Turner
      April 6, 2013

    Sat. April 6 8AM CT, location Monterrey, Mexico (coordinates unknown) winds 5K NW, 72 degrees…ETA to Final 4 Tip Off 8 hours……..
    ¨Life’s like sailing. You´re better to enjoy the journey on the ship instead of just waiting to reach the destination¨

  4. Don Turner Sr
      April 7, 2013

    Hope you are in port. This morning you sailed a little West of where 28 Spanish
    Gallions loaded with treasure saink in hurricane. The treasure would have saved
    Spain from bankruptcy. Only one ship has been salvaged. Have a peaceful night.

  5. Don Turner Sr
      April 7, 2013

    Year, 1622

  6. Ginger
      April 7, 2013

    Saturday nite on the patio and then you called. End of a very nice day.

  7. Bruce
      April 7, 2013


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