The Pacific was pacific.

This is our 28th day on the Pacific Ocean.  Once, we encountered 45-foot waves in the North Atlantic.  Even though I knew better, a few weeks before we left on this trip, I let a bit of worry cross my mind.  After all, the Pacific is about twice the size of the Atlantic and is known for its violent storms.  But worry never does any good and just steals peace of mind.  The water on our voyage has been as calm as or calmer than the Caribbean.

While I have no big adventures to relate, we did have many interesting experiences which will be the subject of my posts in the coming weeks.

The moon, sunrise and smooth water.

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About ralietravels

Ray and Alie (Ralie) are a retired couple who love to travel. Even during our working years, we squeezed a trip in whenever we could, often when we had to stretch the budget to do so. We have been fortunate to vacation in all 50 states, all the provinces of Canada and one territory and a little more than 50 countries. We like to drive, but we particularly love to travel back roads to find unusual sights, people, and experiences.
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5 Responses to The Pacific was pacific.

  1. Pit says:

    Good luck with your further travelling and enjoy,
    Pit

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  2. Glad you had smooth sailing, Ray. If you are still out there, I would be knocking on wood. 🙂 –Curt

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  3. Sue Slaght says:

    That is a long time to be on the water. Best wishes for continued smooth sailing!

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