TCC Members Like to Cruise

It’s very common for TCC members to gather together when they find themselves on a cruise which is also an easy way to add destinations to their TCC list. In addition to the cruises described below, last fall Jim Smith and Bob Henson called a meeting of TCC members who were on a Grand Pacific cruise on the MS Amsterdam. Those who might be interested in joining TCC were also invited as the two men provided some background on the organization.

Celebrating New Year’s Eve aboard the MV Spirit of Enderby while cruising some of the New Zealand and sub-Antarctic islands early this year were the following TCC members — (front row:) Del and Linda McCuen, Cathy Parda, Laurie Campbell, Bob Ihsen; (back row:) Bob Parda, Ed Reynolds, Marian Speno, Bob Ippolito, Mike Bidwell.
Celebrating New Year’s Eve aboard the MV Spirit of Enderby while cruising some of the New Zealand and sub-Antarctic islands early this year were the following TCC members. Front row (left to right): Del and Linda McCuen, Cathy Parda, Laurie Campbell, Bob Ihsen. Back row (left to right): Bob Parda, Ed Reynolds, Marian Speno, Bob Ippolito, Mike Bidwell.
This spring Stephen Warner, Jackie Jerry and Ted Cookson toured the former Portuguese Protectorate of Cabinda during an 89-day world cruise from Los Angeles to Southhampton on the Crystal Serenity.
This spring Stephen Warner, Jackie Jerry and Ted Cookson toured the former Portuguese Protectorate of Cabinda during an 89-day world cruise from Los Angeles to Southhampton on the Crystal Serenity.
Barbara Stein, with Ted Cookson, was also enjoying the Crystal 89-day cruise from Los Angeles to Southhamp- ton as we went to press. She noted that among her highlights were a visit to the second largest Buddha in Japan, in Kamakura; an exciting trishaw ride in Hue, Vietnam; dinner in Singapore’s exquisite new Gardens by the Bay; and touring Luanda, Angola.
Barbara Stein, with Ted Cookson, was also enjoying the Crystal 89-day cruise from Los Angeles to Southhamp- ton as we went to press. She noted that among her highlights were a visit to the second largest Buddha in Japan, in Kamakura; an exciting trishaw ride in Hue, Vietnam; dinner in Singapore’s exquisite new Gardens by the Bay; and touring Luanda, Angola.

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