The Haul-Out was fairly straightforward, with a big travel-lift and simple stands. This is a concrete yard, so I have a good grip on the earth to keep Altair upright. There are a lot of bugs here, so I hid from them, and in the fall I will have my work cut out for me to do some things before going back in the water. I'd like to patch the hole in the bottom of the dinghy that lets water in, and re-paint the bottom (or maybe not, I haven't decided) and of course, set up all the lines and sails again. I hope to do a trip out to Isla Isabel in the early fall when the water is super clear.
It was an overnight trip, and pretty easy, except I probably should have got a cabin, since it was hard to sleep. They have seats and movies that play loudly and the seats aren't very easy to sleep in, so I went to the floor, which wasn't very comfy. All in all, I got about 3 hours of sleep broken up in 10 minute increments. So I'll be taking some rest today and the next before flying back.
I awoke at 5 without being able to sleep again, as the boat was making a turn up Cerralvo Channel, and I went out on deck to look around. There was a big thunderstorm outside and I took a few pictures of the lightning! It was great, taken from such a big boat where I didn't fear getting struck. I like lightning when I'm not in Altair.