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    Southeast of Oz.
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    Sewing
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    Caribbean

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  1. For us, we don't see us taking a cruise in 2022. Our health comes first. We have the rest of our lives to cruise, I just don't want to chance it. We are enjoying staying home for now. We have been fixing up the house and it is great to see that things are getting done. We will cruise again (I hope) when we feel safe from the virus, if we don't feel safe, we don't. Of course, that could mean that we may not ever cruise again.
  2. I read the new health guidelines in the link above I found this interesting "encouraging guests at venue entrances to use the hand-washing sinks and hand sanitizer dispensers" I guess they can't make PAX wash their hands.
  3. Hi Bill, I just can't think of the lost of life and the damage. Hurricanes are the only thing that I don't miss since we don't live on the coast of Florida any more. Roc. may have it snow, but I can deal with that, and Wegmans has curb side pick-up. Great for bad weather days. Maria
  4. I can't believe it went up to a Cat. 4!!!!! This is awful for all who are in its path. Bill, thanks for keeping us informed. Maria
  5. Nice pictures. I CANNOT let my husband see these two pictures. He would lick the computer screen, jut to get a taste of that!!!😋
  6. I am glad that there are no new storms in the ⛈️🌪️ 🌩️.
  7. I know what you mean. Growing up pasta sauce was called gravy (if it had meat in it ). In NYC coke -a -cola and other sodas, were called soda. Where I live now it is called POP. Growing up ground beef was called chopped meat. When I moved from NYC, I went into my grocery store and asked for chopped meat, the man looked and me and asked me what I was going to make, and then told me it was grounded beef.
  8. How about a jelly roll, spring rolls, egg rolls & sushi rolls.
  9. What to do with purse at dinner? I keep it on my lap and stuff bread rolls in it.🍞 Just kidding. I hang it on the back of my chair.
  10. My DH and I miss cruising too. We miss our cruise friends (people who we have got to know on our cruises). We are lucky to be able to keep in touch via E-mail and phone. We canceled our 3/4 12 night cruise on the K-dam. This year we were going to try to cruise just about every month or two. I was lucky that I did not make deposits on those cruise. I am grateful for all the cruises that we have taken. I am praying for all those all around the world who have been affected by this virus.
  11. Have you thought of seeing your own state? One summer when I was a child our summer vacation was seeing the NYC sites. We lived in the city, so the cost of day trip was small. Florida has a lot to offer. What about a resort in Florida. Maybe Margaritaville, if you are a Parrot Head? Or another resort. Key West is a great place. No air fare, and most hotels let you cancel a week or so before, if you don't go. https://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/things-to-do/arts-history.html https://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/travel-ideas/florida-day-trips-ideas.html
  12. SKAGWAY MUSEUM http://www.skagway.org/museum https://www.nps.gov/klgo/index.htm Red Onion Brothel http://redonion1898.com/brothel-museum-tours/ Jewell Gardens http://www.jewellgardens.com/ Walking Tour http://www.alaska.org/guide/skagway-walking-tour-non-audio https://www.nps.gov/klgo/planyourvisit/walking-tours.htm Free Soopy smith http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/soapy-smith-killed-in-skagway-alaska Ketchikan http://tourketchikan.com/listing/ton...orical-museum/ http://www.visit-ketchikan.com/en/Th...and-Historical Creek Street http://www.experienceketchikan.com/c...ketchikan.html Dolly's House (Famous Brothel) http://creekstreetketchikan.com/dollys-house/ funicular (cable railway http://youralaskacruise.com/reviews/...ular-1320.html http://www.explorenorth.com/alaska/i...ular-1168.html https://www.visit-ketchikan.com/en/Things-To-Do/Attractions/Museums-and-Historical ALASKA STATE MUSEUM https://museums.alaska.gov/asm/asmhome.html https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/tongass/about-forest/offices/?cid=stelprdb5400800 Mount Roberts Tramway. https://www.travelalaska.com/offers/GoldbeltMountRobertsTramway SAINT NICHOLAS RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH https://stnicholasjuneau.org/ Macaulay Salmon Hatchery http://www.dipac.net/hours-and-tours/ Governor's Mansion 716 Calhoun Ave, Juneau, AK 99801-1617 +1 907-465-3500 LAST CHANCE MINING MUSEUM https://www.alaska.org/detail/last-chance-mining-museum https://www.travelalaska.com/Destinations/Communities/Juneau.aspx I also read some books about the gold rush before my trip. Klondike Fever by Pierre Berton Good Time Girls of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush: Secret History of the Far North By lael Morgan Gold Rush Women by Claire Rudolf Murphy.
  13. The tag that I found on my DH shirt said PL-49.
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