On Thursday night we sailed northwest from Kadavu to Musket Cove. The sail was great—18 knots of wind behind us and mostly calm seas—and we dropped the hook in the well populated anchorage at 1020.
We took it easy the rest of the day, napping, eating burgers at the cafe, saying hello to our buddy boats in the area. But then on Saturday morning, we found ourselves saying good bye to Dimitri.
We're so sad to see him go! He was lots of fun to have on Helios and kept us busy fishing and exploring when we might have been tempted to fall into a fourth-month-in-Fiji laze. We also savored the time together as he is headed off on adventures of his own: he enlisted in the Navy and is headed to boot camp before we'll be home.
So see you later, Dimitri. Thank you so much for coming, love you and miss you already, and I only hope that spending three weeks on a 38 foot sailboat with your brother and sister-in-law wasn't too overwhelming.