Seems as if January in Colorado is about the time I start to get anxious to get back to boat life. This year, with all the kids in regular school it's unfortunately not possible to just pick up and move back aboard. So we are looking at March as the next option for getting out there. So I'm relegated to working on the boat vicariously through an update to our website design.
At my own company we are in the process of a major overhaul of the web presence to a cleaner simpler design so I guess it's natural that as I start to look at our site it seemed kind of old school with rotating images that are soooo last year. <grin>. So I've updated the site to a cleaner, fresher look, tell me what you think!
Meanwhile, since the boat hasn't sold yet we are planning a trip out to her in March and will be doing some upgrades (of course!) to some rigging and electronics. Ultimately, if she doesn't sell by Summer I think the plan is to move back aboard and head somewhere. I'm voting for warm water and weather in Mexico this time, I'll figure out the logistics of staying connected to work even if it costs me more then boat itself. Keith, on the other hand is thinking of taking the boat back up to the yard in Napa. That beat to weather to head to the cold waters of San Francisco Bay just doesn't appeal to me.
Who knows, perhaps by the time summer comes the boat will be sold and we'll be scrambling to come up with a plan B.
I'm the wife of the captain, a mother of three boys and a PM in the corporate world. This blog is my view of life and activities related to our boat.