Aloha, this is Bruce Blankenfeld aboard Hōkūleʻa in the Indian Ocean with an update about where we are at now. We are enjoying steady south, south-east winds about 15 knots, sometimes up to 20 knots. The seas were a little bigger yesterday, and they were moderate today – so they are a lot more gentle. We are making steady speed, usually averaging about 6 knots, sometimes we are surfing up to 7 or 8 knots. Last night, we had a lot of stars available so it was a really good night, with a nice moon also. We are still holding our reference course, Lā Kona. We were able to do that given the wind direction. At sunset tonight, on the 31st of August, we are at 508 miles along our course from our last departure place which is Cocos Keeling Island. Everyone onboard is healthy. We caught two fish today, so thatʻs a good boon for us nutritionally. I also want to give a shoutout to Koio Tena, 8 years old, from Oakland, he’s been following us, thank you Koio. Also three year old Josiah from Boston, thank you too Josiah. Please continue to support mālama honua and tell your friends, you’re doing a great thing. Thank you for following us at Hokulea.com Aloha!