Of all the things you have to trust when flying, I think the pilot is at the top of the list. The plane itself–well, no matter what model of aircraft you’re on, it’s likely been through thousands and thousands of flight hours. The airline? Well, it is what it is. But the pilot–the individual person (really two individual people) handling the controls at the front of the plane? That’s what we call the human factor. You have to believe they’re level headed, diligent, and know what they’re doing. There are some amazing pilots out there–like for example the ones who landed a United Airlines Bombardier CRJ-200 in a storm in Washington last week, while “pretty much everyone on the plane threw up,”
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This week’s photo challenge is “Tour Guide” so join me for a peak at this delightful city at the bottom of Australia. Let’s stroll along the waterfront. Fishing boats, cruise ships, yachts, cafes, bars and restaurants, history and links to the Antarctic. The waterfront leads to Salamanca Place, old sandstone warehouses from the 1830’s. More […]
Monday 8th January 2018
With the outskirts of Sydney peaking at 47C yesterday we have finally been for a swim in Australia. We seem to have been in marinas, up muddy creeks or surrounded by jelly fish. The winds have often been chilly, the sea rough or the water full of other craft. The forecast for a heatwave on Sunday persuaded us to head out of the city to the beaches just south of Manly Harbour. Here the temperatures were a cooler 32C but hot enough to persuade us in. And fantastic it felt too, why we asked ourselves had we been putting it off so long.
First dip for a while
We had started the week anchored off this very same beach , not swimming, a chilly southerly was lowering the temperatures and creating a lively chop. We were here instead to say farewell to our friends from Moonshadow…
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California coast from Monterey Bay area to San Diego is a good place for whale watching. Humpback whales, Blue and Gray whales migrate through the water for feeding. These whales are enormous, yet they eat small sea creatures such as krill, crabs, and shrimps and the California coast has a concentration of them. Bottlenose dolphins are frequently seen in this water also.
We went on a whale watching cruise in November 2015. We didn’t see whales, but we saw many bottlenose dolphins coming up to the surface of water. A few private yachts were floating in place simply for yachting. The calm and blue water reflected the clear sky was serene. Whether we saw the whales or not, it was a refreshing day.