We are waiting to get off the Royal Princess and begin our long way home (via Chicago) . . . 13 hours from now we will be home (I hope).
Yesterday we enjoyed a relaxing day capped by a nice sunset . . .
. . . Followed by a modest meal . . .
. . . then a banana split (which I forgot to photograph), a couple of teas, a late evening snack . . .
. . . and some more tea.
As it was our last day on the boat, I slacked off on the eating. Only had three doughnuts, bread, two mini breakfasts, and a similarly modest lunch as above. I might have had a few snacks I’ve since forgotten, but in sure they were light.
Honest, I don’t understand how I gained weight on the cruise. Oh well . . .
This morning we woke up already docked. There are supposed to be five other ships in port today, all gearing up for the holiday cruises. We saw a few, and one coming in.
Dawn was awesome, the sun a yellow ball on the horizon, but I did not have a chance to photograph it.
Look at the sunset photo above, and add about ten hours and the port outline.
I want to thank all the readers who took time to comment on the posts. I’ll be answering them all, but it might take me a few days.
Plus, you know, I should have a few more posts about this trip . . . Then again, I’m behind at least two Florida trips, one from last December, and one from February.
But, having nearly documented all of this trip, I’ll probably close it out before turning the clock back to the others.
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