Winter lets us unwind from the holidays but yearn for the warmth of later months. We can sit in the comfort of our homes and dream of things to come that let us out and about. Here is an idea of what is to come so that you can send in deposits for registration and then relax and dream of the future.
An early day trip will be our annual trip north to Fraser Downs and the harness races. This will be on March 24 and requires a passport or enhanced license to cross the border into Canada.
In April we are holding space with Viking River Cruises on two sailings. The first is out of Basel to Amsterdam on a seven-day cruise. This can then be combined with a 10-day cruise through the Netherlands. If you donâ€™t feel you want to go clear to Holland to see the tulips, then join us on a day trip to LaConner on the 24th to see them here at home.
May 1 brings a four-day cruise with Holland America from San Diego to Vancouver. We also have a trip to New England the end of the month.
July gives a choice of Alaska cruises — a seven-day cruise on Norwegian out of Seattle roundtrip or a 14-day cruise/tour with Princess that includes Mt. McKinley and Denali National Park.
The end of August is for a road trip through Wyoming.
October heads us down to Albuquerque and their balloon fiesta.
In November we are holding space on the American Song, the newest riverboat from American Cruise Lines.
For information and reservations, contact me at 253 927 8207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Finch, a senior travel planner, wrote this article.