I arrived home close to 10:00 last night. It was a very long day. I was told to be off the ship by 8:00, so I was up, showered at 4:00, had breakfast, and said my goodbyes to the lovely people caring for me during the trip. My cabin Steward and one woman who helped to ensure I had everything I needed were the ones I said goodbye to, which included hugs.
I also saw the young couple with whom I had taken the full tour of St. Maarten.
The flight home was lumpy and bumpy as there were the tail bits of a weather front that we flew through.
Boston was freezing, but I had a warm coat, hat, and gloves. I boarded the bus, and in no time, I reached Concord, NH, where the Highlander was parked. All I did not have was an ice scraper and a snowbrush.
I dug the car out, and today, one of the first items I bought was a snowbrush and ice scraper. They are now in the Highlander!
I went out and bought some groceries on Monday, came home, and took a long winter’s nap with Heidi. Now, I need to work on getting into a schedule to get all my work caught up.
That’s all for today. I will look back in the coming days and tell you more about my time at sea.