I enjoyed the trip out here, I really did. It was a leisurely stroll through the cosmos, seeing sights and meeting many new faces. But Beagle Point, while being a place of pilgrimage and discovery, is not home. It cannot be a home anymore than the peaks of Cho Oyu, Aconcagua, Denali, Wy'east or Zugspitze can be a home (Aiguille du Midi nonwithstanding; any place with a coffee shop and a cafe can very easily be a home).
No, I have been to the mountain and the only people who stay at the top are either dead or those who are afraid to come down.
My first order of business is to spend some time at the Iorant Jumponium Depot and stock up on premium jumponium materials. The leisurely journey out here was nice, but I have no intention of taking a snail's pace back to Colonia, and I've got to overcome the lack of neutron stars out here somehow.
Besides, my ship can easily do 47 light years without a Guardian FSD booster and it's only slower than a souped-up Mamba in realspace, so why WOULDN'T I make a flat-out, high-speed burn back home?