Napoli Coast

26 Jan

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One of the highlights of Hawaii cruise was the Napali Coast. The ship passed by the coast on last day of sailing. Even though it was overcast, we could still see the beautiful coast. It has been used in many movies. The waves were crashing and the seas were rough. It was very exciting because there were humpbacks in the area. They leaping clear out of the water. What a sight. I’m not sure if one can actually be on the coastline or beaches, but it would be a wonderful place to be if it is possible.

I have come down with the stomach crud the last 2 days. Not sure if it is from the ship or something else. I’m hoping this is the last day of it. Denny has a congestion thing going on, so we both are not at the top of our game. Our plans have changed due to the crummy weather. If we are both better by Monday, we will probably head for home. We really wanted to go to the Waste Management practice round on Tuesday, but it is going to be in the 50’s and damp. I’m getting anxious to get home and see Jumper and Meeko. I hope they are happy to see us too and aren’t mad. It will be a little hectic when we get home. On Feb. 5, I have a dentist appt for a crown and Denny is having a squamus cell cancer cut off of his right leg. Luckily, he was able to have it biopsied while he was here and on the 5th he will have the rest of it removed. It’s on his shin, so there isn’t much skin. I may pucker when I see it. We’ll also be celebrating Elliott’s birthday as she will be turning 3. February 17 is my mom’s 93rd birthday, so will definitely be hanging out with her for a few days.

Think I’m going to lay down again. Every time I get up, I start feeling bad again.

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One Response to “Napoli Coast”

  1. Maggie Fieger 01/26/2013 at 8:42 pm #

    You have a monumentl birthday Tuesday = you must feel better before then. We used to eat at Black Angus when we lived in Phoenix – it was so good!
    Happy Birthday on Tuesday, and feel better!

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