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Today was a bit sad as we said our
final goodbyes to some of our new found friends. We had become a
close group for 113 days during the World Cruise and some for even
longer, because we started in San Francisco on December 18, 2013.
As we look back, we sailed through the
Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Ocean and covered around 35,041
nautical miles. We visited 38 ports in ...
... in before everyone else started queuing, there was nobody there to help but it wasn't hard to do. So now I was all set up to send out my Captain Slog bulletins. Last cruise, I waited nearly an hour for the same thing.
Then back to the ...
Arrangements were made for Mallery and Riley and Travis and Laura to fly into Ft Lauderdale for spring break. We thought the Odyssey would have us in South Florida by the time they arrived, but all of the coastal campgrounds are totally booked this time of year and the demand has driven the prices up to the same cost as a nice hotel room. So Pete and Diane have graciously welcomed us all to stay in Orlando, where we can make day trips ...
... be at the Universal Palms Hotel - Fort Lauderdale - 954-776-4880, Room 127. Tomorrow we embark on the RCI Oasis. This will be the last update until we return on the 8th of December, but we will still have Cell Phone on until we are out to sea. Till then - stay warm ...
... We cross the flat land of the Valley of the Gods towards Mexican Hat, taking photos of unusual pyramids and the volcanic plug of Alhambra Rock erupting from the flat land’ Turn off to Goosenecks State Park, which is unmanned, and hence free. The view of the "Goosenecks" of the San Juan River are impressive from the canyon rim, with the meanders almost touching at each bend, but the dark grey rocks, although finely layered, are not very pretty.