For those of you who may have read my post about Webb Chiles, the 75 year old man on a solo circumnavigation of the globe, here, you'll be happy to know that he has arrived at St. Helena Island in the Atlantic Ocean, having sailed there from Durban, South Africa without stopping.
As has frequently been noted, St. Helena is one of the most remote places in the world, which may be why it was chosen as Napoleon's final place of exile.
But it's only a stopover for Chiles on his round the world tour.
After what I would think would be an appropriate rest there he will set sail for Saint Lucia, at the entrance to the Caribbean.
And I gather once there he will decide whether to sail north to Key West or through the Panama Canal and up to San Diego.
But I'll await his blog entry from St. Helena to know for sure.