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Bon Voyage, DougH

Discussion in 'Know Before You Go' started by Divetex, May 2, 2001.

  1. Divetex

    Divetex Guest

    Hey, Doug - Be sure to have a hot buttered rum for us, will ya? Well, then how about a beer with Heatherbc and Jake? Be careful, though, or she'll have you re-thatching her grass roof. :eek:) Have a great pair of cruises, Amigo!
  2. DougH

    DougH Guest

    I'll try and have a good time Tom, but after the RSMC I might be a little lonely! That sure was great meeting groups of cruise-addicts all over the ship. Didn't matter if it was at the buffet, by the pool, one of the lounges or just wandering around there was always someone to share the moment with. One thing I know is that my dinner table won't be as fun as on the Millie :)

    We'll see if cruising is the same after the RSMC shortly. I know you leave with the grand-kids on your cruise soon so if you sail before I get back Bon Voyage to you all.

    Best wishs to all

  3. Lady Jag

    Lady Jag Guest

    Hope you have a GREAT trip Doug! Enjoy the long voyage! :eek:)
  4. o2cruise

    o2cruise Guest

    DougH...enjoy your cruise! I'm sure you will love it. A nice long vacation too! Bon Voyage
  5. watergirl

    watergirl Guest

    Bon Voyage Doug H.

    Hope your enjoy your cruise..Toast all of us land-locked folks.

  6. ChrisC

    ChrisC Guest

    Bon Voyage Doug, I am so jealous that you are getting to take such a long cruise. My longest so far is only 10 days. Not nearly long enough. Have a great trip.
  7. Donna

    Donna Guest

    Have a great trip! Don't forget to keep any tips for me.

    Love to hear all about it when you return. Tell Heather and Jake we said Hello!

  8. Cruisinpat

    Cruisinpat Guest

    May you have calm seas and blue skies -- enjoy your vacation!
  9. Mermaid

    Mermaid Guest

    I poem for Real Doug:
    Seldovia, Alaksa

    I slept where eagles slept,
    And watched them swoop
    To where the otters play;
    Then dive to catch their prey
    In talons strong.
    I listened to the wind's song
    In the bright night
    Where summer's light
    Lasts around the clock
    And seagulls come to knock
    Upon my window sill.
    That soft, soft sound
    Was just the splash
    Of jumping fish
    To break the still
    Of calm waters in the bay.
    What can one say
    About such a place
    Hidden from the human race.

    -Esther B. Gates, San Antonio, Texa
  10. PEB

    PEB Guest

    Doug may you have clear skies and calm seas!

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