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Highlights from the trip to the Bahamas


Date:Thursday September 22, 2005 -- 10:39pm

OK, so here's a story I just had to share. This morning, I was sitting out on the baclony deciding how I would be spending the day. morning.

Not bad, huh? And a pretty nice sky to boot!

I was admiring just how crystal clear the water looked this The balcony is set up with two chairs and a mini-table. So I sat at the table, sipping a Welch's Pink Grapefruit juice that I bought downstairs last night when I was greeted by some friends.

Friend number 1 Friend number 2

So these two guys were hanging out for awhile. I didn't want to get too close as to spook them, so I sat back watching them, watching the serene scene in front of me and contemplating the day.

What a great picture this is National Geographic Anyone?
Walkin' the line He's enjoying the view too.

After about 15 minutes, they decided to leave me to my thoughts. So I continued to soak in the atmosphere. Finally, I decided to go for a walk around the beach when I made a little discovery. You see, my new friends not only decided to share their time with me, but they decided to share something else as well.

Boy am I glad I left my car at home!

So, after spending the day lounging around, I decided to spend the evening walking the beach again. I hadn't done this really since my first night here and then it was very breezy. Tonight, the wind was calm, but ever present. And the water was STILL warm.

Oooooooooooooh Ahhhhhhhhhhhh

After walking the beach for about an hour, I walked over to the pool. It truly is beautiful at night, as is most everything around here.

Isn't it cool-looking?

That's when I noticed that I was walking the same hollowed ground as such incredible luminaries as...

Dick Van Patten Mimi Rogers
Cathy Lee Crosby Kim Fields
Jane Seymour Lou Ferrigno
Linda Blair Kirstie Alley and Parker Stevenson -- Luminaries?!?!?!?

For some reason that I haven't quite figured out, they pretty much all left their signatures in the cement around the pool in 1984. Must have been a banner year.

That's about it for me for tonight. My time here is almost over (can you believe I only have 1 full day left?!?!?!) No matter what, it's been a helluva time, and I've enjoyed evey minute of it. Even the ones with the mild blistering sunburn :)