If I had it to report, or write about, I would. But today was one of those pleasant passages that became
more so as the sun passed its zenith and our recent work proved sound. Regardless of the elevated
confidence we have in our work and ability, it takes a while to whittle down the edge and acclimate to
entirely new sounds.
Sensory overdrive best describes Capt. Sims and my present state of being. And though even by normal
standards this is not an uncommon atmosphere on the bridge, this is an extreme version. But, with every
mile passed the intensity is subsiding. Fair weather, good traveling conditions, and above average
velocity has us well within expected arrival parameters in Cabo on Wednesday. The only complaint I can
muster is a total lack of fish sign while passing through the famed "Yellowtail Triangle" throughout the
afternoon. No fish for us - none. Perhaps tomorrow will offer a better selection as we slide over the
ridge in full search mode.