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11/11 - 07h35

Miranda, Under 2000 miles to go

My poppy is sitting on top of the computer screen.

Geodis has just crossed a mile or two in front. This is the second time in the past few hours. I hope he carries on a bit further- I selfishly want the ocean to myself today.

Small innocuous-looking clouds at the moment, but when wanted to gybe a few hours ago, there was a squall monster in the way. Preservation more important as there are still... now UNDER 2000 miles to my waypoint of the north of Guadeloupe.

Miranda/ Campagne de France

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