Before we carry on with our stories of New Zealand, it’s imperative we introduce our faithful readers to Alfredo, the newest member of the FamilyGoneSailing family:
Our first stay in New Zealand, in December last year, between our arrival here and our trip to Brazil, was an intense one. A few immediate repairs from the eventful passage from Fiji, arrangements to have Pesto safely secured during our long absence, and the eventual escapes to visit the surroundings with friends. Continue reading “Glimpses of New Zealand”
It’s been a long, long time … so, where to I start from?
Probably with a quick recap, right? Here it is then: Continue reading “Back to Posting”
It’s a common understanding that weather forecasts beyond 3 days into the future are to be taken with a grain of salt. But how much salt is really necessary? I did some experimentation to check:
Here’s a forecasting trick I found useful when we were planning and looking for a weather window for the passage from Fiji to New Zealand last year: