Aaron and Thor have already proven themselves a good team. With sleep deprivation and two days of hard work cleaning fossilized bird poop off the deck and oyster sized barnacles off the hull, these guys have managed to get the boat shipshape, provisioned, fueled up and underway in a little more than 48 hours. There is a bit of mixed emotion realizing Meshach is leaving Mexico and starting the first leg of her journey home from Baja. Thank you Linda and Orlando on the sailboat Cube Libre 3 for keeping me updated and sending the photos of Meshach leaving P.E.
There are not too many distractions when you live on a boat in the middle of nowhere. Well except the chore of meal planning or catching your meal, swimming, homeschooling and keeping the boat maintained. The extraordinary became our ordinary. I feel so blessed to have experienced this adventure with my family and as sad as I am to see Meshach leaving our second home. it is not goodbye Mexico just hasta luego.
We will chart the crossing with the next point being La Paz.
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