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Old September 19th, 2003, 01:26 AM
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Hard to beleive that the Alaskan cruises are coming to an end this month. The ships will be retreating to other parts of the world. Seems like yesterday that we had just entered the glorious Alaska cruise season. Time does fly.

If you have never been to Alaska on a cruise ship, life is short. Think about visiting this wonderous state. The overall beauty is something never to forget.

A cruise is not a vacation but a way of life, live your life the same.
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Old September 19th, 2003, 02:15 AM
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Y2C, did you talk to my dh? I caught him browsing through a cruise catalogue and he pretty much told me what you said. I told him once he can actually get vacation during the time that cruises in Alaska happen, IŽd be happy to join him. Frustration was written all over his face.

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We are in the process of deciding on an Alaskan cruise. It looks incredible. Think we will probably do RCI Vision of the Seas due to its schedual. Kids are Adventure Ocean fans and we have to be up there in May for a graduation. What is Alaska like the 1st week of June? How are the bugs?

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Wonder if I can write off an Alaskan cruise as a business trip investigating suppliers?

Hmmmmmmm.................

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Do it Thomas! Don't you want to feature fresh salmon and King Crab on your menus? <G>

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Old September 19th, 2003, 09:30 AM
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Since they're already on the menu I can visit a seafood supply hut in Ketchikan, right? This makes it legal I think?

Does the IRS have a sense of humor?

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