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Today we had a day off of rehearsals and a day
full of cruise staff duties! Because we couldn’t get any time in the lounge
they had us shadow a current Cruise Staff/Dancer to see how their activities
are run and see what a day is like. I followed Naomi most of the time. So I
started with a Walk for the Cure Breast Cancer Walk. On Deck 10 there is a
small running track. We set up a table and put out a few pink decorations and
people could come sign up ...
... like Skittles, Hershey’s, and Goldfish. It was all set up from the current team that is here! They are seriously so sweet and supportive!
Before we knew it 8:15 hit, we did our Team Banana chant, and heard David the Cruise Director announce our cast and explain that this is our first show and that we are the audience’s babies so treat us well, and it was show time!
The singers start the show and then us girls dance in the second number, ...
... was guaranteed) and I really had not packed clothes for sitting on the water in 40 degee F weather. We are in familiar territory now - Washington and Oregon - and for me it continues to be one of the most beautiful areas I have been in. Spent the last couple of days in an oceanside campground near Ocean City close to the southern tip of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Crisp fall weather with little fog in the morning and brilliant warm sun during ...
... streets are sidewalks". We walked their beautiful secluded beach cove, with a great view of Proposal Rock. Breakfast was in Pacific City - the guys had Roger's favorite of chicken fried steak (so healthy), with eggs. The little local restaurant was next to The Dapper Fog, a wonderful glass shop. BB bought a wobble chicken - too hard to describe. Soon we saw ...
Since my last post we traveled over to Oregon. The east side is like a desert and very dry. It became much more scenic and greener as we traveled over to the west coast going up and over the mountains including the Cascade mountain range. We had to stop and rest our poor motorhome halfway down an 11 mile stretch of that ridiculously steep mountain road. I guess we need to pay closer attention to truck routes and maybe try and ...