Rawn says the weather started out miserable and wet, but soon cleared up, leaving a blue sky and favorable winds. "The crew was now given the order to hoist the sails. This is what I had been waiting for, the ultimate experience on a tall ship, a brig, a feeling that the early sailors must have had when the ship was free and at the mercy of the wind in her sails," he wrote. He also lavished praise [blush] on our wonderful crew.
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