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... only. They
give out champagne to the three couples that have been on the most cruises out
of everyone on the ship. One couple has done 50 cruises! Insane! And it meant
over 700 something days cruising! So that was interesting and that is where I
get to meet most staff and officers.
After that we got ready for Stardust which is the current cast’s very last show
together. They did a great job at both of their shows and it was really fun for
... of fragrance and products, Maria who works at the spa (said we could get 40% off any day!), Christian who is a waiter at the buffet, Corona who is a steward for crew cabins, DJ one of the spot light workers, and the list goes on. And everyone, still, is so insanely nice! And some of them have remembered my name the next day which is so sweet. I really love this ship, I think it is cute and not too big and not too small. I am really happy to be here!
So that is all ...
Oregon coastline. Our first stop was in
Brookings, just over the CA/OR state line.
We did a little touring along the coast but it was mostly foggy and hard
to see much. One place we stopped was
Port Orford, an old fishing village without a harbor. All of the fishing boats have to be lifted
out of the water, up onto the land. When
we got back to the campground, Bruce started to ...
We then drove approximately 115 mile to the trail head of Cascade Head Preserve. This hike will go down as one of the coolest hike of the trip. The Nature Conservancy Lower Head trail was around 4.5 mile round trip, moderate to strenuous in difficulty and easy in technicality. The difficulty and vista views are what make this hike so special. The trail to the vista is much ...
... to be near perfect by the time we get home!
After arriving in Newport we drove to South Beach State Park, planning to stay there for the night. Once there we discovered that the RV sites were not situated to actually see the ocean and the nearest way to get to the beach was a ¼ mile long boardwalk. That would have been OK, but when we talked to one of the campground hosts, and she was wiping mosquitoes out of here eyes, we decided that ...