Did You Know?

Those of you who know me by now are aware that I live in Northern Alberta.

We do get winter here, usually from October to end of March.

BUT, did you know that yesterday Nov. 18 2014.. Every state in the U.S.A. including Hawaii recorded below freezing temperatures. The only other time I've seen that was a couple of years ago where every Province in Canada and every State in the U.S.A had snow on the same day..... The point------Where are cruising to next......and.... will it be warmer that anywhere we live?

Tags: Winter Wonderland

4 Answers

You betcha John!!! Dec,8, Enchantment of the Seas to the Bahamas!! Were from West Florida (Tampa area) so we got cold last night at 43 degrees. The Bahamas in early December should be around the mid to upper 70's. May not be good swim weather but still good beach weather!! Heck...hot or cold...were on a CRUISE! :D

On my first cruise to Hawaii in Feb 2009, we were kayaking in Hilo bay in 80 Degree F weather with a light rain falling. The young lady apologized for the rain. I told her it was Minus 20 C in Edmonton and snowing. We will take the Hilo weather over the cold and snow any day... can't wait to go back.

Living in Los Angeles not many places have better weather but I have family coming down from Seattle in January or February to escape the winter. We may book last minute for the 4 night Baja cruise (it would be a first cruise for them so start with a short one)

I’ll take cold & rainy on a cruise over warm & sunny at work any day! But we've always got our next cruise (or two, or more) planned so we have something to look forward to – just in case!


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