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August 27, 2012

by Eric Hanneman

Deepwater Canyons

Life at sea is so different from my everyday routine. Every meal is at the same time and there is enough for everyone: eggs cooked to order, pancakes, waffles, bacon, sausage patties and links, and spam! There are usually two main courses and vegetarian choices. There’s a fruit salad, apples, pears, oranges, bananas while they lasted, salad bar, desserts, hot and cold cereal, a pot of soup practically all the time, leftovers in the fridge, ice cream, coffee and espresso, juice choices, Kool-Aid and Gator-Ade.

Laundry is free, including the soap. A change of sheets can be had at any time from the linen closet. There is no use for money, identification, credit cards. My normally stuffed pockets hold a camera, a pen and a notebook. There is a soda machine and a change machine for dollar bills, but I have never seen anyone use them. Downstairs are sofas, chairs…

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