After the ship sailed from Cozumel we went down to the main dining room for dinner. The only part of the family that did not join us was Jeremy and Aubrey, They said that they were going to eat up on the lido deck. So after we finished our meal we met up with them on the lido deck and visited until bed time.
The next morning I was up early as usual and went up for my morning coffee, it looked like it was going to be another gorgeous day. Around nine everyone decided to go to the main dinning room for breakfast.
We had a fun day at sea and it was warm enough the kids wanted to go swimming. Of course Charlotte is like a fish out of water so she went in with them. Every since she has lost all her weight she gets cold fairly easy. Even though the water was cold, when it comes to her kids or grand kids she will do it. They had a blast but I think the two youngest ones enjoyed the showers better than the pool, made me wonder if it was warmer than the pool.
We noticed that it was starting to get foggy again, in fact every two minutes we could hear the fog horn. Around 1800 we went down for our last dinner in the Paris dinning room. While we were eating we could feel the ship vibrating with a rumbling noise. Every one was looking at each other wondering what was going on, I told them that the ship just dropped anchor, even though it has been years since I was in the navy I remember that sound. Shortly after that the captain came on the intercom telling us that the port of Galveston was closed due to the fog and that we can not enter the harbor until it opens again. We were to have our luggage packed and setting out next to our state room door by eleven o’clock so that it can be picked up and taken down to be off loaded when the ship docks.