Monday , June 5 2023

Another Dealing with beautiful races


When we asked Halvard Mabire, the 40th grade president had ten to create a list of favorites. Those who take podium races for all races, such as Phil Sharp or Aymeric Chapellier, new boats such as Yoann Richomme, Luke Berry, Louis Duc or Arthur Le Vaillant to name a few, and in particular he said we do not forget the Quito from Pavant (Made in midi). He was right. Quito de Pavant makes a great race. In fourth grade he was the first to flee to the south of the fleet, which ended in Cape Finisterre. He is now in the backside behind Yoann Richomme and continues to the southwest. Like everyone else, he had some pain on his boat, but he could hope for a podium in this Route du Rhum.

Message from the side

Welcome to everyone

The night is dark. Cloudy and cloudy. It's not raining, it's not a star to lead me.
Last night I mixed up with a dolphin school's majestic ballet. They were very large, maybe a hundred, perhaps moreover. They leaped over the waves and it was a nice show (free of charge, of course, for what we could discuss … but still not easy to access the stands …)
Wind is very uneven strength and direction, unlike yesterday's day, which requires a lot of customizations.
In addition, Made in Midi's progress is hampered by the nasty, horrible West, which is not easy to negotiate.
In short, it's not very fast at this time. The same applies to "7 mercenaries" at the top of class 40.
Strongly large slides below spinnaker. But the fact that it will not be in the program today … It will be rather DIY with a site of hydrogen ripped out that it is imperative that I repair before it's out of energy …

And I promised you return the playlist "Rhum Songs" to those who have something between their ears …:
Tash Sultana / Jungle
Bonobo / Black Sands
The Beatles, when my guitar gently feels


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