Pick a window…any window. There’s nothing to see, only white. We entered a fog bank. Fog as thick as whole milk. We’re sailing due west, nearing Long Island.
Visibility from our deck window is about ten feet.
The end of our three-month journey is about to end. Nothing left, except to get through customs and get a taxi and get to our hotel.
Written on board the Queen Mary 2 at 7 pm on April 20.
–The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.
–Jacques Yves Cousteau
–Travelling shouldn’t be just a tour, it should be a tale.
–True wealth is…Places you go…People you meet…stories you tell. Thank you for traveling to see us. For being such wonderful people we meet…and for sharing and being in our stories. Our paths will cross again soon.
[All photos are mine.]