Sunday September 7th we made the second passage of our descent south the Pacific Coast. It was a relatively short hop, but it was filled with elements to stir our anxiety up.
Friday, September 5th 2AM. This is when we made the leap. Of faith, of anxiety, of will.
That’s when we departed Neah Bay and started the descent south the US Pacific Coast.
We spent the last two days anchored in the calm waters of Neah Bay. What an appropriate setting to decompress from the last two intense weeks devoted to preparing Pesto and ourselves for our expected departure! Our to do list was long: provisioning the boat for the trip ahead, dealing with last (and endless) arrangements of our move to the boat, starting homeschooling of the kids and experimenting Pesto´s repairs and upgrades while in the Seattle area. Lots of work and fun that helped us tune the mood for the trip. All excited and happy …(right?) Continue reading “Anxiety”
After decades of dreaming, years of planning, months of execution, thousands of miles driven, flown and sailed, all that separates us from the open sea now is that breakwater: