Lee Wachtstetter: Nurse turns constant cruiser


I still remember his words. “Don’t stop cruising,” my husband told me the day before he died of cancer in 1997. Mason was a banker and real estate appraiser who introduced me to cruising. During our 50 years together, we had taken 89 cruises.

Alone and struggling to maintain a large four-bedroom home after his death, I took my daughter’s advice, sold our house and a lifetime’s accumulation of furnishings and collectibles and became a permanent resident on a five-star cruise ship.

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Source Credits: Si Liberman in The Washington Post. Image above is for illustration only and does not relate to the person or cruises stated.

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