We returned from our cruise to Bermuda, had a lazy day at home, and went to The Vessel for sunset. The architecture is very MC Escher. After a time, the people were at least as interesting as the design.
On April 28, 2019 Sisters at Sea left for Bermuda on the Norwegian Escape.
Off to the Botanical Gardens with my pal Bette, and her family membership. I’m so very happy to be part of the family! We had a great visit and enjoyed the orchid show, despite the crowds.
I flew out to New Mexico in January. It had been waaay too long since I’d seen my pal, Kath, and been in the high desert. I totally love it out there. This is the landscape that I have returned to most often in my life.
Actually, I’ve been thinking of this show all summer as Georgia O’Keefe in the Bronx. I tried to go see it in the early spring with my dear friend Bette, but we couldn’t find a date that worked, so we agreed to wait until the fall and some cooler weather to go visit the Botanical Gardens.
There’s The Rainbow Bridge, and a rainbow! Sisters On The Fly take Over The Falls!
This was an amazing trip! The event was blessed with perfect weather. Mark it in your calendar ladies--so the next time we're camping and it's raining, too windy, cold, or too hot, we can say, "Yes. But ahh, remember Sandy Pines?"
Perhaps the title should be, "Half of a Sister Trip is Better Than None?" This is the first time I became ill while on a Sisters On The Fly trip, so that was a new experience. I developed a chest cold/cough that knocked the stuffings out of me in a hurry. So, though it broke my heart, on Saturday morning I packed up and came home early. But, I was there for the beginning of the trip, I met and spoke to some very interesting Sisters, and Wednesday through Friday, I very much enjoyed.