• Adaughter

      We really like Vancouver and look forward to visiting again. Yes it would be easy to board a ship to Alaska for you, if we lived closer to the water we would have cruised more than we have.

  1. This sounds like a lovely trip. So glad you were able to get your medicines! My husband and I have been to Alaska twice now–Anchorage and Fairbanks–but never an Alaskan cruise. We might try it as a way to see more of the massive state in one trip. My mother was a newly wed homesteading in primitive 1950s Fairbanks. They survived a winter in a travel trailer with no indoor plumbing or electricity! Her husband was killed in a dispute over land. I wrote a novel based on her experience, so it was fun for us to be where it all happened and read the old newspaper articles. Thanks for linking up on #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I’ve shared this post on social media.


    • Adaughter

      Alaska fascinates me. What an interesting life your mother had and the fact you got to write a story based on it is very cool.

  2. Alaska is on my bucket list and now that I have read your post, so is Vancouver. Thanks for sharing with us at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I am sharing on social media. Clearissa from Clearissa Coward’s Command Center.

  3. I would love to see Alaska and we have talked about a cruise there for years. It is on our bucket list! Thank you for sharing your cruise with us at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty! By the way, I think it is wonderful that you and your daughter are blogging together! Shared on social media.

  4. Although I lived in BC for years, I have hardly seen any of Alaska. A cruise is definitely in my future! I linked to this via #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty.


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