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The bridge   hung in the sky
 in much the same way that cars don't

We build too many walls and not enough bridges.

The Panama Canal got a second chance to make a first impression today; And it wasn’t  rearranging the deck chairs of the titanic. 

The iceberg image, ---something else is keeping the canal afloat  and the history and tradition that I learned on board from the guest speakers, has made the difference between having fun and having an experience of respecting this megalithic undertaking. AmeriCANS willed this with a CAN DO attitude, and that's admirable. 

There are 3 ways to look at this feat of human ingenuity: 1)some made this wonder happen 2)some watched this  wonders happen 3)some wondered,what happened? I have to choose 3 because I am absolutely in awe of this ias I bask in the sunshine in effortless purity on Deck 10, observing life go by and busy living happily ever after. When where you are is where you want to be, that's a good place. I have added The Panama Canal and Alaska's Glacier National Park to: Read more at:

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What's so ethical about that work ethic--Cruising is when laziness and slack finds respectability because I learned something. I broadened my horizons. In all honesty-Work is prayer and the people that built and are building the new section  of the canal, for the bigger cargo ships, are doing The Rosary.


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