Our Scariest Days At Sea (4 days from land)

  • Joylandi 18 kun oldin

    Gone with the Wynns

    There are times when sailing feels like Murphy's Law in action. Because if anything can go wrong, it will. And, most likely, it will happen at night.

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    Today's story picks up where we left you hanging last week. With the news that our life raft locker, and all its contents, had been taken by the sea.

    Staring down at the gaping hole in our cockpit I made the decision to carefully pack away my wild imagination and put it in our waterproof, fireproof safe with our other precious valuables.

    And even though we've been on terra firma for a couple of weeks now, I still haven't retrieved it. Because my mind is still reeling and I don't know what to think about all that has happened on this voyage. One part of me wants to chalk it all up to a calamity of coincidence and the other part of me wonders what nautical deity we must have pissed off.

    Either way, I'm starting to understand why sailors are such superstitious folk.

    Grab a tall glass of something good and settle in for what is no doubt our scariest days at sea. I hereby dub this passage, and chapter of our lives, as "Lessons In Fortitude With Murphy".



    WHO ARE WE?

    We’re Jason and Nikki Wynn. We been living and exploring the world for 10 years.
    Our first six years of were an epic road trip around North America.
    Now we’re on a sailing voyage about the world. Did we have any previous sailing experience, of course not!
    Neither of us is overly talented, smart, rich, lucky, or retired. But that doesn’t stop us from reaching far-flung destinations, having wild adventures and managing everything that makes living aboard a moving vessel possible.
    We’re two ordinary people that just so happen to live an extraordinary life.
    And this is why we publish our lives on the world wide web. We share in hopes of inspiring you to find your adventure.

    Timestamps if you like to Jump Around:

    00:00 The Recap of 7 days at sea (& Intro)
    01:08 The Ocean Ripped a Hole in our Sail Boat
    02:46 Protecting our Lithium Batteries from Saltwater
    03:27 Covering the GIANT Hole in our Cockpit
    04:32 Mid-Ocean Diesel Fuel-Up
    06:01 Mixed Emotions & Terrifying Thoughts
    08:20 BIG WAVES - Seas Are Building
    11:23 First Sea Life during our Sail
    12:04 Light Wind & Calm Seas - Flying the Spinnaker
    14:55 Land HO! New Zealand on the Horizon
    16:08 We Lost Our Dock Lines
    17:32 Night Arrival to New Zealand (A Little SCARY)
    19:20 NZ is Kicking us off the boat for MIQ
    21:15 Hotel Quarantine in Auckland, NZ (SO/ Hotel)
    22:52 We've Lost Faith in our Vessel

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    © Gone With the Wynns 2021

Stephaine Rose
Stephaine Rose

Wow first time viewer, subscriber & sharer here! I thought the ultimate roller coaster ride was on an airplane when you hit turbulence, roller coaster no track! I was wrong!🌴Stephanie 👣 Rose 🌹 here, from Florida 🦈 Thanks 4 letting me tag along! The little feet r me & I love 🐄 Moo 🐮!

3 soat oldin
directorstu
directorstu

Nice video. You really got across the highs and lows, the worry about gear failure and the exhilaration of solving problems. Xxx

13 soat oldin
ICUSteal
ICUSteal

Wow, crazy trip. Glad y'all made it to NZ safely.

22 soat oldin
Samuel fonseca
Samuel fonseca

go to aruba and relax a little bit!

Kun oldin
Monk Petite
Monk Petite

Why was there a hatch any way? Raft deployment?

Kun oldin
jim k
jim k

I'm just wondering, at those speeds, if one fell overboard with a harness and a self inflating pfd, what would happen.

Kun oldin
G Henrickson
G Henrickson

OMGoodness..why a quarantine required when you came from a closed environment. I do not get it. Congrats on getting through it all...Thanks for taking us along.

Kun oldin
Raoul Jack
Raoul Jack

Well done guys.

2 kun oldin
Christina Fidance
Christina Fidance

This type of sailing definitely takes a huge set of balls! And I’m saying that as a coast-hugging power-boater! I’ve only ever been out in the ocean where we couldn’t see land ONCE! And honestly, that was ENOUGH!!! It was just between Long Island and New Jersey after purchasing our latest boat and at the time, we had no idea that the person who sold us the boat had neglected to inform us that the entire keel was rotten! We made it just fine and didn’t even begin to take on water until we arrived in NJ and briefly kissed bottom... just enough to knock loose the crappy patch job the previous owners had done! And it’s honestly crazy how anyone could so easily send 2 people (and 3 cats!) possibly to their death for a measly 20K! Anyway, it may take a while for us to get over our fear and go out into the ocean again! We fixed our new boat up better than new and my husband is a marine mechanic, BUT STILL! So, I have the utmost respect for anyone out there living their dreams on the high seas! I suppose that without the element of fear, there wouldn’t be those moments of pure serenity and bliss either... one requires the other. And either way, it definitely makes a person truly feel alive! Sail on! And I’ll just watch these videos from the dock for now! Lol Or the calm ole Chesapeake Bay!

2 kun oldin
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Adams Ad

I play this video in background while working. I'm not really watching...

2 kun oldin
Rodger B
Rodger B

Bait.

2 kun oldin
Rodger B
Rodger B

WTF

2 kun oldin
bbaby247
bbaby247

Pucker factor was very high in this episode!!!

3 kun oldin
Leanne Vogel
Leanne Vogel

I'm so happy you're ok and it looks like things are looking up! Glad you're safe. And, that you have support. Your experience with Just Catamarans was not ours at all. We did not enjoy working with them. We purchased our first catamaran from them. They provided 0 support, ripped us off on a couple of projects that we later had to have redone. Even to the point of fiberglass rework (quite a bit of it) because of their shotty work. Again, so glad you have that support... I don't think it's the norm though.

3 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

Ohhh, that’s terrible to hear. From our experience they have stood behind their work and helped support us along the way. I’m sorry to hear of your experience. Hopefully you have it all sorted now and are enjoying your cat somewhere beautiful.

Kun oldin
Naturally Eco Australia
Naturally Eco Australia

Glad to hear you guys arrived safely x

3 kun oldin
Jason Curry
Jason Curry

This show is hard to watch. I really hope I don't hear what I expect to hear in the coming months as you keep doing things the way you do.

3 kun oldin
usher63124
usher63124

Was the raft ever found ?

4 kun oldin
Captain Hook
Captain Hook

Every hull added to a vessel multiplies the danger. (So says I, a former trimaran owner).😎

4 kun oldin
Sally Bradfield
Sally Bradfield

Great job - what a ride and you held yourselves together so well! You give us mere land dwellers the opportunity to witness an amazing adventure vicariously, and especially when you've coming into the sixth week of lockdown with no reprieve in sight, it's a welcome diversion and so thank you for that! Can't wait to keep following.

4 kun oldin
Peter Smith
Peter Smith

You were so lucky to quarantine in NZ. I have done it twice in other countries and it looked nothing like that. Its free there also I think? Am I right?

4 kun oldin
Peter Smith
Peter Smith

@Gone with the Wynns Ok, so your in the same boat as everyone else. ( Sad Pun on my behalf). The view was awesome though! You can enjoy the country now while the rest of the world it seems is turning to crap, yet again.

4 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

No, it is definitely not free! You can rates & such on the NZ government webpage. Curious Minion

4 kun oldin
hugo brutus
hugo brutus

Fought so hard against the urge to make a hole joke at the end.

4 kun oldin
Robert Hendricks
Robert Hendricks

Wow - While we have no wisdom to share we do wish to convey our sincere respect for your perseverance the growth we've witnessed in you two as sailors over the last few years. The steep learning curve you've navigated and the myriad systems you manage are truly inspiring. SV Little Julie @ 26°07'12.0"N 50°05'41.1"E

5 kun oldin
Not handy But cheap
Not handy But cheap

You guys are strong these challenges are like life you make a plan and it goes out the window 10 minutes in. Every sail after seems easy my step dad took us sailing a lot and he always loved when the weather got bad , he said anyone could sail in calm seas I feel there is a metaphor here lol

5 kun oldin
Nansen
Nansen

Just a thought: after you lost your life raft, wouldn't it have been a good idea to re-inflate your dinghy and keep it well-inflated, just in case of further trouble with the cat?

5 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

The dinghy had a gash in it that was too large for the Wynns to patch. Technically, it should float with the one deflated section but we're glad they didn't have to test that! Curious Minion

5 kun oldin
Николай Кольченко
Николай Кольченко

No raft, hole in boat, sad dinghy :-)

5 kun oldin
Stephen Sanchez
Stephen Sanchez

Almost makes you wish you still had your RV. Speaking of which, my wife and I just purchased our first RV and with it came a one year membership to Thousand Trails. So I'm looking at various campgrounds and guess who suddenly appears on one of the video... none other than you two talking about the Thousand Trails campground in Chehalis, WA which just happens to be about 5 miles from my home. Here's hoping your sailing gremlins lay low for awhile.

5 kun oldin
Richard Reid
Richard Reid

Great outcome guys! Travel safe and enjoy beautiful NZ 👍

6 kun oldin
Bryan Watt
Bryan Watt

Crikey, seems like a shite locker design...

6 kun oldin
Kevin Martin
Kevin Martin

Wow!!!! Watching from Central Texas! 👍👍👍👍 my daughter got to go to New Zealand for a while. She was at an island called Rotuma for a while. Thank you guys for your show it is really cool and beautiful scenery!

6 kun oldin
ecovention
ecovention

Welcome to New Zealand :-)

7 kun oldin
Bri Bruce
Bri Bruce

glad yall are okay & everything!! just wanted to pop in, though, and say AWESOME music starting @ 5:08! More please! (i navigated back from another pg)

7 kun oldin
Pat Ransil
Pat Ransil

First, congrats on making it to NZ! At one point you were showing the SOG as 6 and Apparent Wind Speed as 5. Did you have a strong current in your favor? Any idea what your 'boat speed through water' was at that time. In my Leopard 46 I would need a very strong favorable current to do an SOG that is a knot higher than the AWS, even running the spinnaker.

7 kun oldin
Jeff Mosser
Jeff Mosser

Just wanted to say congrats!! I’ve never thought about sailing around the world. Just the confidence that you have to go out and really live is very encouraging. I’ve subscribed and can’t wait to catch your next adventure. Shout out from Memphis Tn. If you’re ever in the area drinks are on me.

7 kun oldin
Jessica Overfelt
Jessica Overfelt

That hatch thing looked pretty scart

7 kun oldin
New Age Of Sail
New Age Of Sail

There are other comments that address the most important question here: what are your lives worth? Your boat is a sheltered-water cruising boat, regardless of what the builders represented, or what you might have been told when you bought it. It is not a bluewater crusing boat that can handle anything you might run into 1,500 miles from the nearest harbor, not with those huge windows and monster cockpit that could easily be filled with tons of water. The sea didn’t “Rip A Huge Hole In Your Boat”, a poorly-designed and implemented part of your boat simply fell off, taking thousands of dollars worth of liferaft, and your ultimate safety at sea, with it. “Big Waves, Seas Are Building”? Be honest, at least with yourselves. You might have 25 knots of apparent wind; boat speed plus wind speed, but look at the “seas”: you are in 6-foot wind swells with an occasional whitecap on top. I’ve had my 37-foot trimaran for 3 days in a Southern California South-Easter storm in what the USCG Point Conception station was reporting as: “winds 50 to 55 knots with higher gusts, seas 25 to 30 feet”. I went out “daysailing” once in what the Half Moon Bay Coast Guard station was reporting as 40 to 45 knots, seas 18 to 25 feet, and I believe your boat would have been pounded to bits in those conditions. I’d be a little more concerned about my life and the life of my loved ones. Go “cruising” in the Caribbean, or in the Chesapeake, with this boat. If you want to go open ocean, get a proven open-ocean boat that’s in good condition, whose sister-ships have been through serious weather conditions with no problems, not a calm-water charter catamaran. Just my two cents. I’ve always hated hearing about people and boats lost at sea over the 50 years I've spent on the ocean; it never gets easier, and is often a tragedy that could have been avoided. With Warm Aloha, Tim 37-foot cutter Spice, 56-foot cutter Tropic Bird (https://oceanpeople.org)

7 kun oldin
Susanne Friend
Susanne Friend

Thank you!

3 kun oldin
nozaku
nozaku

The locker hanging down into open sea like that is a HUGE design flaw. Glad you where ol.

7 kun oldin
Silent Unicorn
Silent Unicorn

Have safety harness- Doesn't use them.

8 kun oldin
Lee Turnbull
Lee Turnbull

Well done guys 👍🥃

8 kun oldin
Melissa8472
Melissa8472

theirs no way i could deal with quaranteening on top of leaving the boat and being nowhere near anyone for 10 days and then having to.

8 kun oldin
Mobile Players
Mobile Players

That doors is for emergency exit.

8 kun oldin
Linda Sue Counts zzipy12
Linda Sue Counts zzipy12

OMG!!!!! I had visions of Mobey Dick jumping out of the water onto your boat!!! I could hardly breath!! Oh to be young.....and brave. Happy anniversary!!!

8 kun oldin
Darlene Becker
Darlene Becker

We had a 30 ft Bahama Islander, monohull. One year we got caught in swells crossing Lake Huron from Canada back to Michigan where the swells were taller than the top of the mast. We were surrounded by water. I white knuckled it for several hours at the helm while my husband attempted to reef the main and we threw in a sea anchor to try to stabilize the boat. It was definitely an OMG experience that I never hope to duplicate. I kept thinking if the Great Lakes could take down the Edmund Fitzgerald ( freighter) it can certainly chew up our tiny boat. Definitely thought I was going to die on that passage. Nothing else has ever come close.

8 kun oldin
Rex Swindlehurst
Rex Swindlehurst

I am glad that you made it. Thank you for sharing this with us in lansing Michigan.

3 kun oldin
Jeroen Jansen
Jeroen Jansen

I think your catamaran is not be safe for ocean sailing. You cannot always avoid bad weather. Your life raft should be the last thing left. Without it and without a dinghy you will be left floating in the sea when your boat sinks. Breaking windows with water gushing in. 🥶Glad you made it!

9 kun oldin
hydrostatics
hydrostatics

How do you get youtube to stop showing me these videos

9 kun oldin
Bert
Bert

I prefer a full displacement monohull to a cat or a tri for ocean crossing. Like a Pacific Seacraft. If possible a double ender like a Union 36 is a very nice looking boat. Lots of stress on a boat that has more then one hull. Tri's and dual hulls are really meant for coastal cruising not for crossing oceans. And so are many monohulls.

9 kun oldin
Toto M
Toto M

It certainly makes you respect the power of the ocean 🌊. Take care ,

9 kun oldin
Daniel Christian
Daniel Christian

I guess I don't 100% understand what happened to the locker. Did an insert fall out? Did something break?.......

9 kun oldin
wayne banks
wayne banks

I am curious as to why you chose to run down the top of the kermadec ridge and not the deep water off to your port, been smashed about north of Raoul myself

9 kun oldin
trekOCLVone
trekOCLVone

I hope you don't have a Lagoon 450 - they are having massive bulkhead failures.

9 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

Scary stuff for sure. We have an 2005 Leopard 43, bulkheads are good. 😎

9 kun oldin
Andy Batchelor
Andy Batchelor

Why are they not sailing?

9 kun oldin
LostNorthUp
LostNorthUp

In case it matters, this was one of your best videos. Not because of everything going wrong, but the way it came together in editing with music, comments, storyline, etc. Really well done. You guys are so good at this.

10 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

😘 🙏🏻

9 kun oldin
Piotr Trocki
Piotr Trocki

WHY WASN'T THE PAINTER LINE PERMANENTLY ATTACHED TO THE BOAT? !!!

10 kun oldin
greg fender
greg fender

Use that squid for bate!

10 kun oldin
Richard May
Richard May

Wow, 4 days out and no life vests or lifelines...hmm that looks a bit risky

10 kun oldin
Aaron Christensen
Aaron Christensen

After 1.55 mins. 🤬🤬🤬 secured your safety equipment. Not watching the rest.

10 kun oldin
Marco Polo
Marco Polo

that locker is a worst design for any catamaran. Obviously who ever designed it does not sail the seas.

10 kun oldin
Ilya Ostashkov
Ilya Ostashkov

Jeg kender også en meget enkel applikation til vindprognose - Cyclono

10 kun oldin
JT
JT

The quarantine rules for sailors are absolutely moronic. I can't believe so many governments do this.

10 kun oldin
Fred Malkin
Fred Malkin

Hi, related to the ear issues... There is a Neuro otologist in aukland named Melanie Collins at southern cross healthcare.

10 kun oldin
Savvy Bleu
Savvy Bleu

I’m an ole retired lady and absolutely love to watch yall

11 kun oldin
alida flus
alida flus

"Everyone"s been really friendly" Totally. Must have been top of the Stasi training course. "Whilst you're being a 24 carat plum, be really "friendly".

11 kun oldin
melissa serbian
melissa serbian

Has anyone ever told you, you look exactly like Audrey Hepburn... the resemblance is crazy, your beautiful!!

11 kun oldin
mbcris
mbcris

With the loss of your life raft, it would have been worth some time to bring patch and inflate Minion as a backup.

11 kun oldin
Dennis Wintjes
Dennis Wintjes

I missed last week. Like #27K+ Wow. I am normally under Like 1000, this is different.

11 kun oldin
davidkachel
davidkachel

Please post the manufacturer of that boat so we all know what NOT to buy!!!

11 kun oldin
Jeff Morton
Jeff Morton

Video was dramatic and suspenseful. The skipper and his mate kept their emotions under control, but the underlying tension, the fear, and the unforgiving sea made this video a bit nerve wracking to watch. I felt considerable relief when their journey was over. I’d like to believe that this ocean passage gave them a bonding experience like no other.

11 kun oldin
Simon Moorcroft
Simon Moorcroft

So what design genius decided it was a good idea to deliberately put a large hole in the underside of a Cat's bridge deck? The area always takes a pounding in any kind of sea. That was an accident waiting to happen. If the water had hit the batteries and killed all the lights on a pitch dark night, you could run out of cabin and fallen straight through the hole. I know the answer. The same kind of genius who puts a poorly designed understrength bulk head in a Lagoon 450 just so they can improve their profit margin by a few dollars on the hugely expensive boat you just bought from them. Oh and then risks people's lives by denying their is any problem with their design.

11 kun oldin
Jeri Clarke
Jeri Clarke

I love how you can still appreciate the beautiful day right now.

11 kun oldin
Reasonable Person
Reasonable Person

Lithium still needs venting and cooling to prevent thermal runaway, which can occur if they get too hot.

11 kun oldin
Reasonable Person
Reasonable Person

@Gone with the Wynns A lot of unknowns with cell manufacturers outside of Japan and SK - zero cell makers at this point in the US. What separator, what type of electrolyte are unknowns in many cases. It's still the wild wild west. Lithium cells do vent gases. You can see the vents on top of the cells before enclosed in the pack. Under charging and discharging, the cell temp can increase by almost 100 degrees F and so it doesn't take much. There is some "marketing" in the 130 degree F number max temp - ideally should be less. New industry, still have can't rule out shorts and so not a fan of the product on a boat. You guys are doing great though!

11 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

No, it doesn't. Something like an electric vehicle that does a huge rapid discharge does, but you could turn everything on that boat on at the same time and these batteries still wouldn't get hot enough to start a thermal runaway. Lithium iron phosphate in this type of use setting doesn't require ventilation. But you don't have to believe me - the internet will back me up. Curious Minion

11 kun oldin
Colin Fletcher
Colin Fletcher

Remind me what make that cat is so I never sail one.Cov is total Bull 🐂 don't take deadly jab

11 kun oldin
fredio54
fredio54

Not hating on you, but there are no tourists allowed - why were you not told to turn around and go somewhere else? This doesn't fit my understanding of how NZ has kept covid free most of the last 2 years. What do I not know about their strategy? Can I catch a flight there now?

11 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

Check out the video from today - they explain how they got in. Curious Minion

11 kun oldin
Brian Ford
Brian Ford

Why do you have a panel in the bridgedeck hull?

11 kun oldin
James Hampton
James Hampton

You guys are an inspiration. Thanks for sharing

11 kun oldin
Shane Healey Broome
Shane Healey Broome

Good stuff guys well done🇦🇺🍻👍🤠

11 kun oldin
Sailing Nandji - Frothlyfe
Sailing Nandji - Frothlyfe

ohh geeze.. we know the feeling of multiple things breaking at sea and Nikki summed it up so well with it being hard to convey how it feels. You can be panicking one minute and then totally calm, working through the problem the next. You guys handled it like champs! Hopefully we bump into you if you're heading for the land down under!

11 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

Yo guys, we for sure will connect one of these days…if life ever gets back to sorta normal again. It seems like we’re so close to AUS yet so far away. Hugs back atchya from NZ.

Kun oldin
Eric B
Eric B

Better find a desert island.

11 kun oldin
Steven Wonder
Steven Wonder

"If anything is going to happen, it's going to happen out there." - Captain Ron.

11 kun oldin
Rob Shellhamer
Rob Shellhamer

You guys are an inspiration, glad you made it to civilization safely!

12 kun oldin
Andreas Setterhall
Andreas Setterhall

Well done on getting to NZ safely regardless off the issues you faced along the way. Glad to see you made it and that the boat stayed in one piece mostly atleast ;-)

12 kun oldin
Linnie Penny
Linnie Penny

Scary stuff, brings back to my mind of the Perfect Storm and the crew of that sea vessel that got caught in it!

12 kun oldin
Vince Greensill
Vince Greensill

So glad you made it. Quite an ordeal.

12 kun oldin
dolita windo
dolita windo

Per Nikki at 21:06, "I know I am forgetting something, I just don't know what it is," as she walks off wearing her life vest. Great episode as usual guys!

12 kun oldin
Merv
Merv

Cup half full... Now you have a moon pool :D But seriously, great to see you safely in port.

12 kun oldin
Skíðblaðnir
Skíðblaðnir

Lithium batteries still require ventilation to prevent thermal runaway.

12 kun oldin
Gone with the Wynns
Gone with the Wynns

Generally speaking, no they don't. If they're in something like an electric vehicle where they are subject to large & rapid discharge, then yes. But those batteries are also a different chemistry entirely. Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries under normal use do not need to be ventilated. But don't take my word - Google it. Curious Minion

12 kun oldin
Charlie McEwan
Charlie McEwan

So casual about walking on deck untethered, no liferaft and their last means of escape/survival the tender not even inflated !??? Wow casual attitudes at sea get people into life or death situations very quickly and too quick too inflate the damn tender. Sharks love dumb sailors.

12 kun oldin
dolita windo
dolita windo

Some excitement! Glad you made it...

12 kun oldin
Leah C
Leah C

You two are definitely brave!

12 kun oldin
FBurckhard
FBurckhard

Just a comedy off errors.

12 kun oldin
Slcm02
Slcm02

Raft stowed in the lower part of hull?.

12 kun oldin
Paul Jamieson
Paul Jamieson

Have you guys watched this before?? It's on Omaze. .. https://youtu.be/6n61IIDAdrM

12 kun oldin
Moto Adventure NZ
Moto Adventure NZ

Great that you made it through safe! Wow, your quarantine was so much nicer than ours! 😄Lucky you! 👍🏼 Welcome to Aotearoa!

12 kun oldin
Bailey M
Bailey M

Holy $hi+

12 kun oldin
Thomas Alexander
Thomas Alexander

wondering what the water temp is?

12 kun oldin
Trevor Ford
Trevor Ford

I'm getting stressed out just watching this video, glad you made it back tho. I think sod's law apply to this trip, what a journey.

13 kun oldin
Mitchel R********
Mitchel R********

"The Govt just wants to make sure everyone is safe." You shouldn't get to vote anymore. People like you are how the Germans got Adolph.

13 kun oldin
FANATIC FORAGER
FANATIC FORAGER

How did the capsule/department separate ⁉️ 🔍🤔 Sress fracturing, ør & design default❔❕🏝🌊

13 kun oldin
Vadim Smilansky
Vadim Smilansky

what not kills you, makes you stronger. if we see this video it means you made to the land and I am happy that you did it.

13 kun oldin
Peggy Lasswell
Peggy Lasswell

Check out operation lockstep, agenda 21, the great reset. UK lockdown will be permanent

13 kun oldin
kurtmcq
kurtmcq

funny. I also watch a channel winhippiesaling where a young woman is sailing her POS boat solo around the world. She was in Tonga when you were in Tonga. Her boat doesn't even have a refrigerator. She always gets where shes going.

13 kun oldin
J. Mike Dvorak
J. Mike Dvorak

Hay gang, am happy you two are safe, time to take a breath and sort things out. You are in the best place you could be, much talent where you are, Cheers, sharktoothhoundog @ yahoo.com

13 kun oldin
Xavi Roig
Xavi Roig

What’s the name of the song when you are flying the spinnaker?

13 kun oldin

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