The time has come to leave Windsong II and head back to Canada.
She’s safe and secure “on the hard” and will be well looked after until we return to her when hurricane season has come and gone.
I’m not overstating it to say that it has been pure joy to spend time sailing her, motoring her and living aboard her these past few months.
We are truly, truly sad to say good-bye. I personally did not think I could get so attached to a large inanimate object, 😉 so I have learned something. I’m sure part of the love, respect and attachment I have for Windsong II has to do with the fact that I am oh so aware that I am trusting my life to her.
The only really hard part of this whole time away has been missing family and friends. For those of you who have come along for all or parts of our journey to find Windsong II and then get to know her, it has been a pleasure to share the sights and sounds of our experiences with you through these 52 posts on the blog. We have deeply appreciated your generous good wishes and kind comments. Thank you so much for being there!
Hopefully, this is only the beginning of many more years of travelling with Windsong II.
Until next time….WIndsong II…over and out.