A beautiful and warm day at sea – our last day of the cruise…
Caught a wonderful sunrise over the Caribbean Sea.
My final talk - “Forensic Science: Novel DNA Testing” – is at 2:00 PM today immediately followed by Rod Jory’s talk on traveling to Mars. The talk takes just 45 minutes including a new segment I’ve added to these talks - “An OJ Moment”. The crowd is good for a packing day – about 220 attendees.
The OJ Moment (requested by the audience) looks at key events or evidence in the OJ Trial. People seem to like it – I may keep it in the program.
Total Attendance: About 1470 people
Average Attendance: 210 per session
Another interesting coincidence: I lot my voice right after this last talk and my remote mouse stopped working (it just made it through this presentation).
The decks were warm and calm so we spent some time just relaxing on Deck 4. The ship in the distance is the Liberty of the Seas, which has been shadowing us since about Noon.
Dinner, as always, in the Ocean View Cafe. Over the past 14 days, the dinners have either been stir fry or made to order pasta.
We caught the Baires Quartet again and the Farewell Show with ventriloquist, Don Bryan, and Cesarios.
All packed and ready to go…