|Cygnus anchored at Caleta Lobos|
I have had three surgeries (one in La Paz and two at Virginia Mason) and begun chemotherapy at Virginia Mason. With luck they will remove what remains of the tumor this fall after six months of chemotherapy. I am resuming my old job at Geology Division tomorrow. It is truly incredible that the same job was open again, and I feel very fortunate for the opportunity.
My brother Andy has given me his sailboat, a Corbin 39 named Tilikum. I am now a liveaboard again at Swantown Marina in Olympia. Things have come full circle in the past year. The sailing adventure will resume, a little, next winter when we return to La Paz and launch Cygnus for a few weeks vacation. Then she will resume her place on the hard. With lots of luck and some great medical care (both of which I appear to have in abundance) the bigger adventure may resume in a few more years.
Thanks to everyone to following this blog. Stay tuned for some great pix of our winter adventure at Isla Espiritu Santo next year.