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2015 Post-Conference Cruise to Alaska continued from page 15
W hile we all went off to having our own fun hiking, rafting, boating, train trips, air tours in Juneau and Skagway, we continued the fun back on the ship. We saw whales, seals, eagles and lots of dol- phins in synchronized swims! The scenery was incredible. If you have never seen the unbelievably stunning Tracey Arms Fjord, make it a priority as a must see experience. We had four more fun receptions on board to continue the networking and get- ting to know each other. We learned some of us can sing – and some cannot! Some can dance – some cannot! Some know all kinds of trivia for the games being played – while others had no clue! I have to say “thank you” to my NA Class 190 Suitemate, Nancy Carroll , who volunteered to help me with the cat herding, in addition to the lovely Washington Chapter ladies! When it was all over, although I was exhausted, I can say unequivocally I have made some life time friends and had an AMAAAAAZING time!
Women Graduates on Cruise.
Cindy Reed #135 and Gail Harris #190 with cruise sponsors Bill Blauer and James Devaney.
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