coming in to land

10 Feb

Our camera was running low on battery, so I took these shots without the viewfinder out the window on the way to La Paz.

I knew I had a cushy bottom for something…

Approaching La Paz.

The marina to the far right of the bay is where the Laura Takalani has been stored on the hard. Hopefully by the end of the week she’ll be in the water at the marina on the far left of this picture.

The wheels come out.

Since we landed we’ve been going through every nook and cranny of the Laura Takalani: re-organising and figuring which of the things that were generously left behind by Laura’s previous owners will earn their place on an ocean crossing.

The lugging of heavy objects has sent my back into spasm, so I’m having a “rest” day while Stof oversees the initial sanding of the hull before she gets painted with anti-foul.

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2 Responses to “coming in to land”

  1. Jo 10 February 2011 at 5:42 pm #

    Enjoy your rest day! Thanks for the lovely pictures.

  2. Meghan 10 February 2011 at 6:47 pm #

    EEEEEk so exciting. She can’t wait to get in the water I’m sure.

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