Monday, July 27, 2015

And Now the Rest of the Story...

by Patricia Bradley



Back in March, I had a post, Romance Is In The Air. It was about Tana and Jason, and they were married after she flew to Dutch Harbor, Alaska.



For the past 6 months, they've been honeymooning all over the place...like California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Tennessee, Mississippi...

And I thought sure I could tell everyone the rest of the story this month...

Alas, the stars didn't line up. But...what if I gave a few clues about the rest of the story. I may be able to save this blog post after all!

Clue #1.

Clue #2.
The guy kneeling isn't part of the crew.
Clue #3.

Be sure to watch The Discovery Chanel next week.

I promise, next month I'll tell all!

Thanks so much for being patient with me, and for that I believe I'll give away three copies of A Heartwarming Christmas to three different readers who leave a comment!



Just answer this question:
Would you chance a ride in a boat on the Bearing Sea?





12 comments:

  1. Don't enter me, but yes, I'd go on that ride! Love those pictures, Pat!

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  2. Thanks, Liz. It really is an amazing story and to have your wedding with a backdrop like that would be awesome!

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  3. If I had a life jacket...sign me up! What an exciting honeymoon.

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  4. It really was, Jill. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. No! I get so seasick. I thought I was going to die on the Catalina Steamer! But I love the photos, and kudos to the guys who dressed like bridesmaids (right?) If I could walk there, I'd love to see it, but keep me off the water. (A terrible situation for a woman who was born in the whaling capital of the US, whose grandfather had a fish market, and who now lives in Astoria - home of fishermen, research vessels, and the Coast Guard!,

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    1. I'm terrified I'll get seasick in November when I go on a cruise with my daughters! I've already bought the patch. lol Thanks and yes, they were the bridesmaids.

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  6. Not me. When I was nursing and couldn't take Dramamine, a Kenai fjords day cruise on a calm day almost did me in. Seasick is no fun.

    That does sound like an amazing honeymoon, though. Love the photos.

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    1. The did have an amazing honeymoon, Beth. Tana just took Jason back to the boat for the next crabbing season.

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  7. Can't wait to hear the rest of the story! I probably would take the chance for a ride. After I had taken plenty of meds to prevent my getting seasick.

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  8. I'd like to think I'd take the chance, but somehow, me thinks not. :-) I've seen those roaring seas on TV.

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  9. Hee hee. This was about the most vague post I have ever read. Now, I will have to stay tuned.

    Every year since my late 20's, I become more and more susceptible to motion sickness. I can't even walk out on a pier or dock without getting nauseated. There is no chance I would go out on the Bering Sea in a boat. I have heard that cruises are much easier to bear, b/c it doesn't necessarily feel like you're floating on water. I suppose if you are on deck and looking out onto the water, that would be different. :)

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  10. Jill Weatherholt, Pam Lowery, Beth and trosado, contact me at pat at ptbradley dot com - You've won an e-version of A Heartwarming Christmas.

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