|3 vintage 1940's era suitcases which today hold old|
photos and memorabilia
But since I did not find what I intended I became nostalgic (distracted) looking over a 1990 album with photos from one of our Caribbean cruises. Here in the cold arctic winter with far excessive sub zero temperatures, looking through photos of warm seas and warmer climates was a good indoor activity.
Here we are, dragging some bags in San Juan Puerto Rico, October of 1990 about to board our ship for the Caribbean cruise marking our 23rd anniversary. I had written alongside this photo that with connecting flights from California when this photo was taken I had been awake for 27 continuous hours while Jerry had no problem sleeping on the planes or while we were waiting for the connections.
|or in sepias|
|Our ship Carnival Lines, Festivale|
|I noted that this stroller on the main street of St Thomas was|
singing a tune and in a happy mood. I loved her and still smille
recalling her joi d'vivre
|It didn't take me but a minute or two to lose Jerry who figured|
I would be checking out the jewelry counters in one of the many
stores along that street. Here he is looking for me
|He caught me in the act. I had found just the "perfect" blue topaz|
ring set in gold at Sensations Jewelers. I was sure the price was a great bargain.
"I"ll take it " said I as he caught up.
"Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go. But no matter the road is life." Jack Kerouac
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