I only made one feeding stop today. I swam for four hours before my stop, then I swam another three and half hours.
The water is not warm enough for me to sweat, so I wasn’t thirsty and I didn’t get hungry either.
Gonzo and Mark paced me on the RHIB, it was a normal and uneventful day for the three of us. This is odd to think that swimming in the middle of the Pacific Ocean is the norm. Not only it is a norm but also it is a good day each when I can swim
Miles swam: 15.51 NM
Overcast (could coverage 6/8)
Wind speed: 13 kts
Wind direction: SW
Waves height: 1 m
Waves direction: SW
Water temperature: 26.3°C
1 thought on “[DAY 135] A normal day”
“This is odd to think that swimming in the middle of the Pacific Ocean is the norm.” Only you and your crew could ever think of such a thing as “the norm!” It is and always will be extraordinary! Keep your spirits up, cuts, pains and all. We are all rooting for you and your crew!