To make a long story short, we are on the end-tie of K Dock in the inner harbor of Marina Costa Baja.
It was kind of a cluster "you-know-what" (have to watch my language, as my Mommy reads this blog) when it came to arranging to go back into our normal slip.
We went back in the water around 4 pm (another long story that I will skip for now).
Today has been spent preparing us and the boat for Hurricane Norbert.
Scrubbing the boatyard dirt off the decks.
Groceries, extra water, cerveza.
Wrapping the mainsail.
Putting 10 docklines out.
Strapping the dinghy to the davits.
Cleaning the floor.
Etc., etc., etc.
Now we wait.
The forecast at this point shows Norbie as a category 1 as it reaches Baja's Pacific Coast to the NW of us tomorrow mid-day.
We should get a decent amount of rain and tropical storm winds manana.
Pics of the paint, proximity (and explanation), what we do when we are in the yard and Norbie to follow!
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