Yesterday we had another day of beauty. The evening before we ran through some squalls blowing out of a clear sky. Rain and wind to lay Kwai over and run her up to 9 and even 10 knots with topsail holding her own. The next morning was a staggering display of clouds and sunrise. Blue sky was still around so each cloud was its own formation. Single little squalls 3 or 4 times their width tall, some really big thunderheads billowing up, even strato and alto combination possible all in a bright sky. It was one of those days when you can see forever and glimpse tops of high clouds well over the horizon. What a show. The wind went light, until another squall hit and we started motoring. Still motor sailing tonight 24 hours later with the 4 major planets and waxing moon lined up across our path. It has gone peacefully light with less than 10 knots of E wind. Kwai is close hauled making over 6 knots with the rebuilt GM chugging away down in the bowels of the ship while the happy crew carry on on deck.