25 August 2014 - Fairtransport
DATE:25-8 GMT:13.11 POS:55.42 N,04.05 E COG:240 SOG:2
GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES
WIND SPD:1-2 Bf
A sunny day after stormy weather,
Wet clothes hanging out to dry.
A birthday cake makes it even better,
Fishing gear is out to catch a fish to fry.
Till Eyemouth it is two hundred miles to go,
The forecast says an easterly is expected to blow.
All the best here out at sea,
It is all about ¨to be¨.
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