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We also stopped at Ruby Beach. We hiked down to the beach area and saw lots of driftwood, a pebble beach, starfish and pretty scenery.
Dave needed to touch the ocean and ended ...
... we stopped to fill the fuel tanks. Usually a simple straight forward process. This time the filler cap decided it wasn't going to open. I had to apply a bit of pressure with a persuader, as my Dad and Granddad called hammers/sledges when applied thusly. After several minutes of really severe persuasion I got it open.
From the fuel dock we headed to our assigned slip. Once we got the boat all snugly tied to the dock we found a lot of water in ...
... this is the first time that most of the crew and staff are east of the Mediterranean. This means that most do not have direct personal experience with the ports and nearby cities. That should improve for future cruises on the Rotterdam as this itinerary is on the schedule for at least 2014."
This would be my dilemma, if I were not traveling with Barbara. The minute we made that ...
... America web site, if you care to have a look
A couple of points: during the flights and on the cruise
will circumnavigate the globe, and when we sail into the Eastern Mediterranean
we will have sailed the Seven Seas and all the oceans of the world. Sadly there
is one stretch of water betweenFT Lauderdale, FL and Galveston, TXthat we
have yet to sail.
If any of our readers have traveled/visited the NEW ...
... awe-inspiring view into the heart of the mountains, and although we would love to have stopped and gawked at the spires of the iced over peaks, everyone in our party was keen on getting to the trailhead as early as possible. From Hurricane Ridge, we took a 7.5 mile winding dirt road to Obstruction Point, where, in my opinion, the view was even better than that at Hurricane Ridge, and although the drive was sluggish, we had a wildlife encounter that made my morning. My ...