Hi there folks. Did you all think we had fallen off the edge of the earth? We’ve heard rumblings from friends who have been wondering about us. To the contrary, we are still here, still moving forward. There’s nothing really definite that I can report on but thought we should get back in touch to let you know our current status.
Last time you checked in we were full on condo reno. Still at it but the reno stage is complete and we are full on home staging. There’s very little we had to do in that regard – just a little tweaking here and there – some decorative bits to help the future owners imagine themselves lovin’ this space.
We haven’t neglected our dear R.E.D.. For sure we have our regular visits to make sure all is cool under the tarp.
As the weather begins to improve and we realize spring is just around the corner, our exictement for this summer’s adventure is becoming very real. Charts and passes are in hand so it’s just a matter of provisioning and launching. No boat mods this season. Galley Kat will have to wait yet again for improved faucet facilites and our much needed storage improvement will have to wait. I have sourced out an option for cabin wall covering but there is more than enough happening on land this year so have decided to forego that for now
What hasn’t changed is the big picture. If all goes as planned, R.E.D. and her crew will have a new home sometime within the next few months. We found a dream property (26 acre ocean frontage) but will it still be available when we are ready? Fingers and toes crossed.
The condo will be put on the market but we’re now thinking that since the work has gone a little faster than expected that we list next month and see how it goes. It could be that we will be homeless before heading out for the summer. With this in mind I have researched moving options. More on that later on. So many variables. All exciting. All a little scary.
Once listed, will post pics of what we are leaving behind. The place we thought was our forever place. And the more we clean out and stage, the more we realize just what we’ll be walking/sailing away from.