The airlines cooperated, and I got to Seattle without a hitch.
Met up with my friends twenty minutes later......Here they come, John, Jan and Patty......the others are stragglers.
All seven of us with baggage climb into an SUV that seats eight, or five with luggage...but who's counting? Lynne drives us from Seattle to Vancouver....a nice long ride We Stop for lunch in La Conner....which is in probably in Canada...or else it's in Washington State. Either way, it's on the way.
Once we arrive in Vancouver....we check into the Comfort Inn right downtown in the ritzy
Because we're really
We arrive at the port, turn in the SUV, then stand in the parking structure hoping someone helps us...not happening.
Once on board we head to the all you can eat buffet for lunch..then afterwards up to the promenade deck to say good-bye to Vancouver....
Foggy evening.... with a rainbow.
We headed for the Welcome show Friday night...It was nice, really just an introduction to upcoming entertainment.
This is Grandma J with Gavin, he's the cruise director and my new BFF on the cruise. We watched the sunset on the water, since in wasn't in the sky.....we played a bit of blackjack later on, then headed to bed.
Today is Monday...because nothing happened on Sunday except for more buffets and a musical tribute to Elton John, Barry Manlow, and some other oldies...like Liberace.
I got up at five a.m. to take pictures of the ship pulling into port here in Ketchikan.....I do that for my readers. This is a small town of approx 7,700 people according to the city bus driver. The tour buses are 15 dollars, the city bus is 50 cents.
Our Ship, the Sapphire Princess
I stopped here at the Christmas shop to get a few ornaments.