With that said... He went into town today to an internet cafe to look up the weather. Tomorrow and the next are expected gale force winds in a Southeasterly direction. This is not favorable. He plans to get though the next big crossing by sneaking in between the small islands and sheltering himself from the wind.
With that said, I felt like telling him to abort the trip, but could not allow those words to escape. When you love someone and feel like they are "unhappy," or could be physically drained... You want to embrace them and be close bye.
I held back any words of ending the trip and later Sean thanked me for that. He thanked me for my support and says that "this will carry him through the rest of his journey."
Sean plans to paddle really hard the next two days through the gale force winds and making Victoria by Sunday. We are nearly a third of the way done with his trip. He is still on track of his route plan even though he has setbacks with the weather.
Keep your head high Mr. Morley!!!