Puerto Chiapas, Mexico and Peacock update

A 90 minute drive over bumpy roads to the Argovia Estate and Flower Planation in the Sierra Madre Mountains was unexpectedly one of the most interesting tours of the cruise. Argovia was founded in 1880 and is one of the oldest coffee producers in the region. In 1995, a coffee fungus destroyed the coffee production so Argovia transformed portions of the estate into a cultivation area for over 125 species of tropical plants. Argovia was the first company to produce flowers in a sustainable manner.

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Cuppa and Costa Rica

I started binding Cuppa in July 2018. Alas, each monthly block of Fresh Cut took 60 to 70 hours to complete.Finishing hand sewing the binding kept getting pushed aside. I was happy to be informed that the cruise class rooms would be open for open sew in the evenings. I decided to bring my Cuppa quilt on the Panama Canal cruise. I am happy to report that my Cuppa quilt is complete, including hanging pocket and quilt label.

Cuppa quilt



Cuppa quilt label

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Panama Canal Cruise

I am back home and finally get caught up on laundry, unpacking and putting away new purchases. I flew to Fort Lauderdale Florida on Thursday, January 4, 2018. My 16 day Panama Canal Cruise with Sue Spargo began on Friday, January 5, 2018 when I boarded the holland America Line Westerdam.

This is the Voyage Log of my trip.

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Solstice Dream top

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Solstice Dream blocks

These last 10 days, I have been concentrating on finishing all the blocks for Solstice Dream. Last night, I finished the Curvy Caterpillar block.

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