Sails are now up and the lazaret repacked

Got the sails up yesterday with some help from a friend. I also finished my projects under the cockpit and got the lazaret repacked. I still have to repack the V-berth and then clean the boat. One of the problems when you live on a boat is determining how to pack the lockers and V-berth. You need to pack them so that the things you need to access periodically are easy to get to and the things you won't need for a year or so are deeper in the storage. That includes special situation (like storms sails etc.). I did this last year, but not with great success as the scuba stuff was too far back and the emergency stuff was way to hard to access quickly. I'll try again, hopefully this time I'll get it right. After living on the ocean for a couple of years I should be able to do this right.
I will be going to help a friend get off a mooring in the morning. They have been there for 11 months. Not sure where they plan to anchor; I imagine they will be here in Clarks Court Bay. They had the bottom cleaned and the engine serviced so we should be good to move.
I have to go grocery shopping on Friday and then to the hardware and chandlery stores on Saturday. After that I will have to plan to move to Egmont Bay to meet my sisters when they come to Grenada. For now they are calling for high winds and seas so not sure when I'll move the boat since I have to head east over a few reefs to get there. I still have to service the engine and a couple of strainers. I also have to polish the stainless steel on the boat. Varnish work will begin again after the sister leave for the US.