The morning began with Casey and Dave’s breakfast burritos, enjoyed greatly by all. After, we pulled up the anchor and set sails, on our way to Saba. As our second to last sail many of us took in the reality of our journey nearing its end. The wind blowing and Ocean Star rocking made our afternoon. We were lucky enough to be led to Saba by a pod of dolphins. It was an encouraging omen of what is to come on the island of Saba. After we rocked out some B.A., we enjoyed a nice swim where Dillon continued his attempts at accomplishing a back flip. Casey and Dave made an amazing chili that filled us all. Tonight we are working on our projects and enjoying a night off from anchor watch. In the morning we are hiking Mount Scenery, beginning with a ladder of over 1000 steps.
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