Late last year probably in December, Grace Murdoch called me with excitation in her voice – Did you see Jeanette Douglas is offering another Stitching Cruise?  The information is in Janice Spencer’s (of Traditional Stitches, www.traditionalstitches.com) latest newsletter.  Off I went to read the details.  The dates (August 28 – September 4, 2011) worked as I retired in 2010.  So did the location – Alaska - with stops in Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Victoria, BC.  So I agreed to attend and room with Grace.  We signed up in December with Judy Bradford, travel agent extraordinaire via www.cruiseshipcenters.ca/judybradford.  Judy is a fabulous agent and constantly keeping all her travellers updated with news and the details we require.  It helps as Judy is a stitcher herself and with Jeanette’s following of dedicated stitchers, this cruise has 70 people signed up for Jeanette’s latest cruise.


Stay tuned for further information as I continue to tell you about my stitching cruise 

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