45 days and counting…

So my roommates listed the house for sale on Thursday, and they’ve already received an offer over their asking price.  That translates to me needing to get a move on and find myself a boat!

The RV idea is totally out, and I’ll either have to go straight to boat life…which may be difficult to find a deal in San Diego this time of year; or stay at my boyfriends apartment in the interim.   Or I can find an apartment myself, which will most likely be over priced and have a minimum rental term of 6 months to a year.

Here I go again!  I found two boats on craigslist today that could be potential homes, I’ll share them below.

The more expensive one(bottom) is my first preference, but the other one seems ok too.  I’ve sent an email out asking if the slip is transferable…first thing’s first!

image 11976 30 ft Catalina Sailboat. Yanmar Diesel engines runs good. New roller furling rebuilt water pump ETC. Boat is located on very nice secluded end slip on Harbor Island around $500 a month for slip. Includes microwave, fridge, flat screen tv ETC. Asking $9500 Call or Text Chris

image 11982 Newport 30 Sailboat in great condition. Universal diesel engine, Garmin color GPS, VHF, hailer, The interior is beautiful with rich woodwork. The U-shaped galley has a two burner cooktop, oven, sink, under counter ice box. V-berth. Full head with electric toilet. Heater. Dinette with fold down, expandable table converts to an extra berth. Separate settee across from the dinette also converts to a separate berth. A dedicated navigation station with an innovative retractable desktop. Single aft berth. Mainsail and headsails. Swim ladder, anchor, shore power cable. Tons of spare parts and accessories. A lightly used and clean turn key vessel. Personal circumstances require a quick sale so all reasonable offers will be considered. This boat is being sold as is. A sea trial is possible with a deposit. You will not be disappointed, so please take a look. Thank you for your interest.

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Hello from the Rolando Street Fair!

I’m a terrible blogger…

I haven’t had anything intersting going on in the world of sailing or potential sailing.  I have an interview tomorrow for a second job…maybe this one will work and I can save up for the boat!

Today I have a little space at a local street fair.  My first observation: this is a long damn day.   Holy moly, I didn’t realize what I was getting into!  We started setting up at 8/8:30 am.  This goes until 6pm…then we have to wait to get our cars pulled up to our space.   And I had about  5 hours sleep.   

My second observation:  I need more printed material!  Signs, photos of the products being used, clothing on a person…all sorts of things.  I tend wait until the last minute for everything, and today was no exception.  I could also use a couple of shelves or tables.   

Yet another observation: I should have brought a cooler with snacks and water.  Holy moly, I’m a thirsty reason.  And I also love snacks.

Here’s a photo of my little space

  
Well, that’s the view from my chair.  I’m exhausted, haha.  

I haven’t sold a thing.   Oh well, I’ll chalk it up to a learning experience.