Now that we've been gone for two years, I thought I'd go through some of the statistics relevant to our trip so far.
12,958.3 - Number of miles we've sailed since leaving San Diego.
10 - How many different countries we've visited
97 - Days spent underway
21 - Different stamps in our passports (American Samoa gave us 5)
1 - Times we've run aground
3,817 - Liters of Diesel we've used
1,079 - Hours we've run the engine
816 - Hours we've run the genset
2,081 - Games of Scrabble played on the iPad
844 - Games of Scrabble won against the iPad's CPU
3 - Number of times I've caught the iPad's CPU cheating at Scrabble
172 - Blog posts (including this one)
Of course, we can't count the hundreds of new friends we've made or the hours we've spent snorkeling. I don't want to count the number of drinks we've had nor do I want to talk about the amount of money we've spent. Needless to say, the days we've gone without shoes is exponentially higher than the days they've been worn. We've spent more time at anchor than at marinas but we did stay at a marina for 5 months in New Zealand. There have been countless books read and a much smaller number of videos watched. We've made repairs but not an exorbitant amount. Obviously, we've had some bad days but they're too infrequent to count. The main thing is that we're still having fun.