Along the Pentland Road, 25 May 2017

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Sunday 13 October

Not cloudless but certainly a glorious autumn afternoon. Our former freight ferry Muirneag is now 250 miles east of Sicily and ditto west of Peloponnese, Greece. Tropical cyclone Phailin has made landfall in India, leaving massive disruption and damage in its wake, but a far lesser loss of life than feared.

I've got some of my bookmarks back (thanks Pearltrees), but they are in an unholy muddle. I have NOT got the pics back that I took between 1 August and 13 September. OK, they are on Flickr, but that means manual downloading - of 226 pics. Have been trying Recuva, but that leaves me with files that won't show the pics hidden therein.

In the evening, Muirneag's chugging along some 250 miles southwest of Athens, and 75 miles southwest of the Peloponnese in Greece. The ship will veer northeast in the course of the night and head up the Aegean towards Istanbul, where she is expected to arrive in the evening of Tuesday 15th October.

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