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  1. Such beautiful pictures! Bob and Betsy — you look so happy! Thanks for sharing your special day with all of us!! Wishing you a long life together. Hope we see you on the 2020 Tokyo to SF cruise! Frances and Rafael
  2. Congratulations to Bob and Betsy! What a journey this has been!!! Getting married on the ship is perfect! Best wishes for a long, healthy and happy life together!!!! Hope to see you again on a future cruise! Frances and Rafael
  3. So good to hear from you Bob. How are you? How is Betsy? Really miss all the pilot’s on board, mission accomplished, etc. Go-Bucks—I’ll bet it has been an amazing journey! Thank you for all your posts.
  4. Thanks, Jim, for the update on Bob and Betsy. Hope you get to see them onboard again. Bob’s situation is a good wake-up call for the rest of us to make sure we have good travel insurance for medical issues that might arise when so far away from home. I’m wondering if MedJet Assist would have come into play in this situation?
  5. FDR is right!! Hope he’s doing well after having to deal with all the recent Cuba cancellations. We were on the Regatta, along with Betsy and Don and others, celebrating Oceania’s 10th anniversary, when he announced his idea of Around the World cruises. He was hoping others would be as excited about them as he was. Little did he imagine how excited people would be! A true visionary!!
  6. Yes, you have scored the top prize—each other. And it didn’t cost one inflated O point. Wishing you a long, healthy and happy life together!! Hope to see you and Betsy on another cruise. This truly is Mission Accomplished!!!!!
  7. OMG!! This is fabulous news!!! Bob is looking great. Thanks, Jim, for posting the picture and announcing the wonderful news!! Congratulations Bob and Betsy!
  8. So very, very sorry to read this. Thank you, Jim, for keeping us posted. Bob’s kind spirit has endeared him to those of us who have met him onboard and those who have followed his posts since January. He is truly blessed to have friends such as you and Betsy. We’re wishing the best for all three of you! Take care and tell Bob and Betsy hello from Frances and Rafael. We enjoyed a nice dinner in Polo with the two of them when we were onboard.
  9. We’ve all learned something from you Bob—it’s stents, not stints. Get well soon. Your trivia teams need you—-afternoon and night.
  10. Thanks, Jim, for keeping us posted on Bob. I’ve been enjoying reading your blog too. You take some good pictures and I love your adventuresome spirit!!!!! When we met Bob on the segment from Sydney to Tokyo, he was so down-to-earth, kind and welcoming. He always gave freely of his time when we had a question. Our cabin was down the hall from his. Bob seemed to be fit so he should have a quick recovery. Our friend had 4 stints put in and life has gone back to normal for him, as if nothing happened, and we’re wishing that kind of recovery for Bob too!!!! Take care, Bob, after all—your mission isn’t completed... Thinking positive thoughts for you Bob. And thinking of Betsy as well. Frances and Rafael
  11. At last!! I was beginning to think you never sleep. Thank you so much for posting pictures all these months. You win the prize for consistency although I do understand Lisa’s frustration with cruisecritic not allowing her to post any more photos.
  12. Pictures are amazing. We have gone by that rock many times and always in the darkness of night or early morning.
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