Well, I set up blog posts to last until April 17 because I thought for sure that would be more than enough to cover what was supposed to be a 15 day passage. As luck, and weather, and Neptune would have it, we are still out at sea. We are safe and healthy, though, so don't worry. We will hopefully reach our destination today, (dare I say that?) and as soon as we reach wifi we will fill you in with all the details.
We hope all is well on land. We don't receive much news out here!
Andrew and Leslie
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