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May 2015
Posted on May 27th, 2015 by paularath

Everyone we spoke to prior to our Alaska cruise said we must take the train in Skagway and they were so right. It was a terrific excursion and we loved every minute of it. Skagway was incorporated in 1900 when the population was 3,117. Thanks to the Gold Rush, it was the second largest settlement
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Posted on May 26th, 2015 by paularath

I just returned from a cruise to the Inside Passage of Alaska with my family. We sailed out of Seattle and out first port was Juneau, Alaska. We took a bus to the National Forest to see the Mendenhall Glacier. Michael Modzelewski, the naturalist on board the Crown Princess, said this has been a terrible
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Posted on May 16th, 2015 by paularath

  Jerry and I are in Gig Harbor, Washington for a few days, prior to joining my sister, Berta, brother-in-law, Jim, sister-in-law, Ginger and her daughter, Lisa, for a cruise through Alaska’s Inland Passage. We had stayed at this lovely little Waterfront Inn once before and decided to stay again. There are only six rooms and we
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Posted on May 16th, 2015 by paularath

As you can imagine, the passing of Doug Jago has been a tremendous blow to everyone at Neiman Marcus. The sadness and sense of loss are palpable. In inimitable good taste and Neiman Marcus style, the managers and employees have installed a beautiful display of some of Doug’s art, both paintings and fashions. The work will be on
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Posted on May 9th, 2015 by paularath

There is just one weekend every three years when Honolulu folks can share in the beauty and elegance of the work of the Garden Club of Honolulu. And it’s this weekend at The Honolulu Museum of Art. Inspiration for the entire show came from Shangri-La, Doris Duke’s glorious home on Diamond Head. The Garden Club
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