Day Thirteen
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Pacific Cup 1998 on La Adriana

Day Thirteen - full and rich - our last whole day on the ocean

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7/12/98 7:33:10 AM
Sunrise behind us, Day 13.
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7/12/98 7:46:40 AM
Hawaii in front of us - moving along nicely
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7/12/98 7:47:52 AM
"How can I be sad when the whole ocean is waving at me?" - Steve, Day 3?
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7/12/98 7:52:00 AM
Star light, star bright - what IS that? A spotlight?
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7/12/98 7:54:52 AM
Most of these pictures are level. Mostly La Adriana wasn't!
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7/12/98 7:56:38 AM
Sunrise, South Pacific style...
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7/12/98 8:00:12 AM
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7/12/98 8:01:24 AM
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7/12/98 8:01:44 AM
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7/12/98 8:02:32 AM
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7/12/98 8:03:34 AM
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7/12/98 8:04:28 AM
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7/12/98 8:05:08 AM
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7/12/98 8:06:42 AM
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7/12/98 8:17:58 AM
Sun, sails, and me.
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7/12/98 8:51:52 AM
More sun, I think it's brighter down here.
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7/12/98 8:53:14 AM
It's waving at us again...
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7/12/98 12:52:34 PM
The forward head: nice view!
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7/12/98 12:53:30 PM
Now it's finally getting warm. Shellie and Don enjoy the Sun Abatement System. Dudley avoids abatement.
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7/12/98 8:36:02 PM
What's this? A booby on our boat? Yup. Watch your head, Jason.
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7/12/98 8:43:26 PM
Clouds, rain, shafts of sunlight. Ho hum. Just another day in paradise. Are we there yet?
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7/12/98 8:44:30 PM
Sam! Put a shirt on. You're scaring me. And get a haircut.
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7/12/98 8:49:36 PM
The instruments say the water is 76 degrees. Rock the boat, sam! We want to go wading!
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7/12/98 8:50:38 PM
Almost...almost...
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7/12/98 8:51:06 PM
Yes! We got it! Well, Dudley got it. Better luck next time, Don. You know, Don, you're a little shorter than the Commodore. Maybe if you scoot out a little more...
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7/12/98 8:53:02 PM
Oops - lost Don. Sorry, Terri
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7/12/98 8:57:24 PM
Monkey see, monkey do. Here come Jason and Steve. Woo woo!
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7/12/98 8:57:50 PM
All together now -1..2..3..Point!
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7/12/98 8:58:34 PM
Ho hum. Just another boring...
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7/12/98 8:59:16 PM
...4..5..6 AAAaaah! Feels great. Hey, it's getting deep! Roll it back, Sam! Roll it back!
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7/12/98 9:06:46 PM
It's always time for boating with the Commodore!
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7/12/98 9:18:06 PM
Another day gone already? Hmmm - this looks a lot like a sunrise. Damn tropical clear air!
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7/12/98 9:26:20 PM
Yes, Jason, the booby is still up there. I told you to watch your head!
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7/13/98 12:52:28 AM
Actually, the booby fell off later that night. They're pretty dumb. It took him a half a dozen tries to even hit our excellent solar-powered landing strip.
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7/13/98 1:16:40 AM
He stayed with us through the night and left about the time we spotted land. Nice free ride for him. Maybe they're not that dumb? Nah.

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