Category Archives: Prolog

Activities leading up to the actual cruise.

Fort Lauderdale at last!

We did get up at 5:00 AM and we did get the entire list of things to do done (we hope). Actually the morning went well and we were packed and ready about 20 minutes before the scheduled pickup at … Continue reading

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Whew, it’s finally time to travel!

  What could be more exciting than getting up at 5:00 AM?     Perhaps fighting Atlanta traffic? Or arriving at the world’s busiest Airport? Well, all of the above at least for us in the morning! We are finally … Continue reading

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Good News Today!!

Another day spent trying to tie up loose ends before we depart. I had a very frustrating experience which was entirely my fault. I placed an order with Amazon last weekend for a star chart for the Southern Hemisphere. The … Continue reading

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7 Days Until…

    It is with mixed emotions that I watch the time remaining until we depart seemingly fly by. As excited as the anticipated trip is, I am already missing my children and grandchildrenL. This in part is due to … Continue reading

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10 days and counting

t  I’m writing this late Christmas night, and it has been a great day. Remembering God’s gift to mankind, spending time with friends and family, enjoying gifts and food and as an added bonus we have a white Christmas. The … Continue reading

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15 Days until….

It’s hard to believe that it is just 2 weeks until we depart for Fort Lauderdale. It’s been a busy week; we had our youngest son and his family this past weekend for Christmas. Unfortunately they will not be able … Continue reading

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22 Days until….

Yesterday we received a FedEx package from Cruise Specialists, our travel agency. It contained our travel documents from Holland America, finally! Now we not only have our official itinerary for the cruise now, but more importantly information about critical services … Continue reading

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