We got the call from our yacht broker on the east coast. An offer was placed for our sailboat, a final price was negotiated, and the wheels of the deal were set in motion. I had no time to write my blog update for our week in Arizona where we experienced the casinos on the Colorado River, the pine trees in Prescott, the magic of Sedona, and family in Phoenix. We needed to quickly get to Southern California, get stuff out of storage that belongs on the boat, drop off our car and bikes at our daughter Kimberly’s house, unload as much weight as possible, and drive The Bear straight to Savannah Georgia to prepare the boat for survey. We stopped to sleep at rest stops and Walmarts, completing the 2600 mile trip in 4 1/2 days. We are parked in the boatyard, next to Aquila, working our butts off to unload 8 years worth of ‘stuff’ and decide what to keep and where to put it all in The Bear. The buyers arrive for the inspection tomorrow. And it’s raining today just to complicate things! I’ll post pictures later. I’m doing this little update from my iPhone.