Todays coordinates 64 degrees ( i cant find the wee o ) 41′ 26″ S
62 degrees 38′ 04″
We had what Henk called a ‘Shackelton journey’ to the next anchor
18 hours of sleet, rough seas and high winds up to 40 knots. We were all
on ice watch for two hours at a time. One watch had the fright of their
lives as a humpbacked whale surfaced right beside the boat. BUT when we
got up in the morning I can’t describe how beautiful and surreal it was.
Imagine stepping into a black and white picture with shots of blue which
are the ice bergs. All sorts of texture some of the ice is like marble while
other bits are like crumbly icing on a cake.
Hopefully thenext time I write it will be on another computer and will be
2 thoughts on “40 knot winds, sleet and rough seas!”
Brrrrrr. I’m staying in my bed. 😀 Wish we were with you, sounds like this is going to get better and better. X
Wow Jane- what an adventure you’re having. I love reading the blogs and following where you’ve been . Keep the info coming when u can. We all miss U.