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Old 10-26-2008, 12:58 PM
 
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Paul,

Do you remember the conversation we had on the MISSISSIPPI QUEEN the last night of the 2006 cruising season? One has to wonder what could have been if I had come along with you over there and there had been a 2007 season.

We'd have made a great team over there!

Of course, I was blessed to go back to my beloved DELTA QUEEN. Of all my years Steamboatin' 2007 was the hardest. 2008 started well enough and as luck would have it, I found myself on the outside looking in.

Godspeed to whom ever buys the boats.....may we all sail together on the rivers again in 2009!

You know what they say....what doesn't kill us makes us steamboaters!

Or did I say that?

~Travis~
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