Homeward bound

It’s now 0730hrs on Sunday and despite the uncomfortable night last night we don’t want this trip to end. We’ve just had a great serving of bacon, eggs and tomatoes cooked on the bbq and while Chris and Brent do the dishes Ruth is trying one last attempt at fishing.
The anchor held firm last night, but we can see one trimaran sitting up on the beach. The local VMR has paid a visit and I’m guessing they couldn’t get a line out to them – they’ll just have to await the high tide to float off.
We’ll leave in an hour or so for Raby Bay, to drop off Chris and Brent, and then we have about a five hour trip accross the bay to home. We still have our southerly so it should be a reasonably quick ride.
Five days ago, out there in the dark, pushing strong headwinds and getting nowhere, we both wanted this to be over but now, with about 30 miles to go it all seems to have gone too quickly.

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