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Posted on September 17 at 12:02 p.m.
Great trip, isn't it? I just got back, and would recommend it to everyone. But better yet, try the Lindblad/National Geographic ship "Sea Bird". All but 6 of the cabins were balcony rooms. The four photographic experts were outstanding; 4 naturalist, and FOOD were excellent! Didn't even have to dress up for dinner. We were a 58 passenger ship... small.... so were able to get into a lot of very small villages, and coves that the larger ships are not able to access. Believe me, it was well worth the extra cost. It was on my "bucket-list".
On North to Alaska
Posted on June 5 at 3:28 p.m.
Thanks, Charles, for highlighting the previous review. Glad to see that some of the local talent is brought together at CAF... it is a great venue. Glad to see somewhere in SB focusing on contemporary art.
On CAF’s <em>Home Show, Revisited</em>
Posted on June 4 at 10:15 a.m.
mmmmm...interesting. I wonder what can be done about it; or, what has been tried in the past. I'm afraid that this is a common plight of most artists everywhere.
Posted on June 3 at 7:42 a.m.
I would hazard a guess. I'm sure that we do have plenty of artists that could do the job. I just think that it never gets investigated enough. SB is a wealth of really good, excellent artists covering a multitude of different styles. It would be nice to see some of them have chances to exhibit their talents sometime. But then again, the artists need to start aggressively promoting themselves. No one is going to hand it to them.