Crossing the Equator

We crossed the Equator between Brunei and Bali and the customary King Neptune ceremony was to initiate the pollywogs.
2012-02-11 At sea Crossing the Equator
Avery wet captain top right

Passed dome Island in the Philippines.
Watched tropical thunderstorms while sailing on a flat calm sea
Through the occasional windy rain squall and back into sunshine.
Water colour art classes

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