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... The ship still had not left so we ate, again. The choices were high and higher sodium so poor Ed had a salad with very little dressing. Susan and I had kids meals that were huge! I shared some of mine with Ed. Of course the ship got under way while we were eating. Back in the cabin the bathroom floor was dry so Susan HAD to get her shower. Flood TWO. Plumbers came, two OLD guys, with a plunger. As they left they said it was better. I have noticed that a lot ...
We are on our last full day of the cruise. It has been very different from any of the Caribbean cruises. More relaxing I think. Not that I had much choice, given the way I've been feeling this year.The excursion we picked were perfect for me. I got to see the sights and enjoy the tours. The ones Glenn picked were all handicap friendly. Before we left I thought they might be boring but I loved every minute of the ...
... The purpose for this trip is really
for Bekki to complete her dissertation project so my reason for being here is
not only to take photos but to care for Emilio while Bekki works.
Tues and Wed was mostly caring for
Emilio. The owner of the B & B brought us a stroller and toys for Emilio
and the stroller was so great for walking the path along the water. We did a
morning walk and an afternoon walk. I’d ...
... ride. It was 15 hours long. I met many neat and interesting people and I will probably leave out some. Victor who lives in this area has sailed these waters for years on his own sailboat he has restored. He has so many stories of fishing, whale and orca sightings with picture proof. Riding out hurricane force winds, rescuing people etc. He should be their tour guide,
Jim and Linda were a couple ...
... But not in the swaying palm trees and aqua colour water type beautiful, its wild and rugged beauty, here you are in true wilderness! Telegraph Cove is a tiny boardwalk village of a handful of houses, a lodge and various tourism outfits! It sits on the entrance of Johnstone strait, which runs into the Queen Charlotte Strait! The area is littered with small islands, inlets of calm water all leading to the pacific ocean! I guessed we may have been doing something to do ...