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Homeward leg
Updated October 1, 2007

After a fast passage of 19 and a half days from Cabo we arrived in Honolulu. We've sailed an estimated 32,000 miles in the four years since we first arrived in Hawaii. Cinders spent a night in the quarantine and was a happy camper when we sprung him. MJ flew home with Cinders June 28th just as Andrew and his wife Colleen joined us.Colleen explored Honolulu with us for a week and then Emma, Andrew and the skipper set sail for BC July 5th.

Emma learning how to shoot the sun enroute to BC

The passage to BC was fairly uneventful except for a few squalls. Andrew taught Emma how to play the Entertainer on the keyboard and we even had a few days with the gennaker. We entered Victoria through a shroud of fog and continued up to Quadra where Emma will be  busy exploring the whole new world of middle school.