This morning we continued towards the southern approaches of the Isles of Scilly just as the sun was coming up. Winds were light and led to several sail changes as the the morning wore on. Thankfully the winds began building around 1300, and once they passed the 11KT threshold, Triple Lindy hit her stride. By mid afternoon we were nearing the final turn off of Lizard Point. The English countryside was absolutely gorgeous, and we had a close up view due to the need to duck in close to the Lizard to avoid a nearly three knot foul current. It was tricky going for a few hours as we dodged anchored merchant ships off Falmouth, and played the puffs and wind shifts coming off the hillsides lining the approaches to Falmouth Harbor. We are excited to start the finish line checklist in a few hours. All are well and spirits are high.