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SmoothCruiser

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  1. I just tried to add our cruise to the Cruise Calendar, but it says I don't have permission to use that feature??? :huh: Smooth
  2. We lose too, we're not sailing until March 26th on the Galaxy out of Baltimore. :undecided: Well I guess we don't really lose, at least we're still cruising!!! Smooth
  3. BBC.......every day.........out by the pool! Wow, now I'm really thirsty just thinking about them. B)
  4. BBC.......every day.........out by the pool! Wow, now I'm really thirsty just thinking about them. B)
  5. BBC.......every day.........out by the pool! Wow, now I'm really thirsty just thinking about them. B)
  6. Another reader here! I also read about 1 book a week. I usually read three books while on our cruises (usually 11 days). I've also done stained glass since 1982.
  7. Another reader here! I also read about 1 book a week. I usually read three books while on our cruises (usually 11 days). I've also done stained glass since 1982.
  8. Guess what? Last night I was looking through Porthole Magazine and there was an ad for “a cartoon-a-day calendar for cruisersâ€Â! It is written and drawn by these two guys, one who has been a cruise director since 1982, and who has taken notes on all the funny questions and things he saw aboard the cruiseships. The other guy is a cartoonist, You can see examples of the cartoons on their website www.seasidecalendar.com or you can order by calling 1-877-426-4929. I always have a daily calendar on my desk at work, now I’ll look forward to pulling off the last day to see what’s next. It will be my little “cruise-fix†first thing every morning. Needless to say, mine is already on it’s way! I Just thought I'd post this, as I've often seen posts of people looking for calendars of cruise ships. Although I've never seen those, having a cruise cartoon everyday seems like a much better idea Smooth
  9. Guess what? Last night I was looking through Porthole Magazine and there was an ad for “a cartoon-a-day calendar for cruisersâ€Â! It is written and drawn by these two guys, one who has been a cruise director since 1982, and who has taken notes on all the funny questions and things he saw aboard the cruiseships. The other guy is a cartoonist, You can see examples of the cartoons on their website www.seasidecalendar.com or you can order by calling 1-877-426-4929. I always have a daily calendar on my desk at work, now I’ll look forward to pulling off the last day to see what’s next. It will be my little “cruise-fix†first thing every morning. Needless to say, mine is already on it’s way! I Just thought I'd post this, as I've often seen posts of people looking for calendars of cruise ships. Although I've never seen those, having a cruise cartoon everyday seems like a much better idea Smooth
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