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Basic Route Planning

There are specific sailing routes to get from place to place. These routes optimize (from historical data) the best wind / least storm ways to get from "A" to "B." The routes are also dependent on month of year. You would not, for example, choose to go from Newfoundland to Scotland in January (unless you were fighting in WWII.)

Two suggestions:

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Hot days ahead

Given that it is September we have been blessed with cool night for sleeping. The days have been in the mid 80's with enough breeze to make working outside OK. Enter the Indian Summer. Today it peaked at 96 degrees. The entire week forecast is for temperatures in the 90's. Not great for getting much of anything done on Reboot.

Fair winds and following seas :)