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Off to England

We're off to merry old England. For all those sailing with us on the Caribbean Princess from Huston on April 17th or from Fort Lauderdale on April 20th, please look us up. If you've sailed with us before, never fear, new talks arrive daily (well, actually two or three new or heavily revised talks per cruise).  With seven sea days in a row, you should have plenty of time for lectures, etc. I especially want to thank the Cruise Critic people for their enthusiastic comments to the "Lovely Assistant". We look forward to meeting you all on board!

Home Again

The Panama Canal cruises were wonderful. We actually did it twice: from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale as lecturers and from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles (on the first leg of a world cruise) as passengers. The Panama Canal is always fascinating and the cruises included two new ports for us (Santa Marta, Colombia and Hualtuco, Mexico). Also, it was cold and snowy at home while we were gone, which didn't hurt at all. As usual, we renewed old acquaintances and made lots of new friends. Bill Fall did an awesome job talking about the Canal both in his lectures and the bridge commentary.

Off to the Panama Canal

We thoroughly enjoy cruising over the holidays (though we may have to hang it up soon with a grandchild on the way). This year we're heading for the Panama Canal again. It's a lovely cruise from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale with great stops in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.  Santa Marta, Colombia will be a new port for us. The Canal is fascinating even though the new locks are still unfinished (maybe next April). This will be our fifth time (though only our third full transit).