Wouldn’t you think that eventually Cee would run out of questions or we would run out of answers? Apparently not – much to my pleasure!
1. What’s your least favorite mode of transportation? I think I’d have to say flying in a commercial airliner. It seems it used to be a lot more comfortable than it is now, and squished into a seat with my chin resting on my knees for hours is just not my idea of fun. This is referring to American airliners, of course – it seems to me when we flew on Korean Air to Beijing it was not so uncomfortable.
2. Where do you like to vacation? Oh goodness! Wherever I can. Near the ocean is wonderful, but touring places I haven’t been and seeing new sights anyplace sounds good to me. A vacation sounds good to me. Somewhere where someone else cooks and cleans for me.
3. Which place do you recommend as a Must-See? Please state which country, state or providence. The Oregon Coast. Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills in South Dakota. The Badlands in North Dakota. The Grand Canyon in Arizona. Pikes Peak in Colorado. Victoria on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. I think it matters less where you go as how closely you are seeing. Our world is full of amazing sights.
4. If money was not an issue, would you go on a cruise? If so where would you go? If money was not an issue, I would need to live many, many more years to see all I would like to see. A cruise has never been on the top of my list, but friends did the Panama Canal and loved it – as well as Alaska, the cruise that includes some inland touring. I could do those without a whimper. But I might want to check the references of the captain, crew and cruise company first. I’d prefer not to get stuck out in the middle of an ocean with no power, food or water.
Today’s photos will focus on cats, those in my family and one other.
This is Kat’s first little Korean girl, Jinny Joo Joo something or other, because I cannot remember the last word. In Korean, it means Pearl Cat. You’ll note a similarity in choice of places to rest with Gep’s Juan Won.