|Heres a photo of Dan and Will while on approach to Kodiak. Much was learned as the crew came together and plans were hatched for many things from gear stowage to shift assignments and rigging enhancements. We sailed a strict schedule in rotation. 2 hours on, 2 hours off and 2 hours standby. Right about the time we adjusted, the trip was at an end. We all resisted the change back to land hours, as the case always is.|
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