Alaska Cruise – 05/16/11

Our last day afloat, traveling from Ketchikan back to Vancouver. A chill out day, packing our suitcases.

The hi-light of the day was the show called Dreams, an enchanted classic. With a little Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust, a young girl’s which becomes a dream come true.

We were told that we might see Orca’s, as they had been seen just ahead of us. Unfortunately, we didn’t see any.

We are all backed up. Lot’s of pictures, lots of stories of our own. I’ll post pictures when I get back home.

Early to rise in the morning, in Vancouver, then a long flight back to Philadelphia through Chicago.

This blog certainly didn’t do justice to our experiences. Each of us will share our pictures over the next coupled of days, when we get home to our own computers and a hi-speed connection.

Thanks for following our journey.

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3 Responses to Alaska Cruise – 05/16/11

  1. Gini Webb says:

    So glad you all had a wonderful time . . . looking forward to hearing the stories and seeing the photos. Have a safe trip home, Cuz.

  2. I tried unsuccessfully to leave a comment on your tombstones collection blog. For a post on my blog, http://adventuresinbarding.com,about marching in Hackettstown’s Memorial Day parades in the late 50-60s with my Brownie and Scout troops, I am trying to find and get permission to use pictures of the Union Cemetary entrance and/or the flower float that used to be released on the Muscanetcomg at the end of the ceremony, as “Taps” was played. My dad was a bugler in the Blue Ridge Drum & Bugle Corps band, and sometimes provided the “echo.” It was so moving…

    Thank you in advance for any help you can give me!

    • Barra,

      Thank you for the issue with my other Blog. I checked it, and it appear to be OK.

      Are there pictures that I have posted that you are interested in? If so, please let me know, and which one(s) you are interest in.

      Thank you,

      Russ

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