Day 7: Fish on!

Another rolly 24 hours as the wind angle has us perpendicular to the swell. We are making good progress, though. On the bright side, we finally caught a fish, a beautiful mahi-mahi. It’s our first since leaving Panama. We thanked it for its sacrifice for our sustenance and we look forward to the variety of meals ahead… mahi-mahi pancakes, mahi-mahi ice cream, mahi-mahi brownies… let us know your favorite mahi-mahi recipe!

Breakfast: All natural yogurt with fresh fruit, granola and bee poop (honey), coffee

Lunch: Line caught free-range Pacific mahi-mahi ceviche served with old-fashioned soda crackers

Dinner: Penne pasta in a imported basil puree (imported from COSTCO Panama) served with toasted artisenal bread topped with olive oil and garlic

Evening entertainment: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Current location: Lat 05 27.286S Long 107 56.567W
Distance traveled: 175 NM

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