It is always fair sailing when you escape evil.
Sophocles (497–406 B.C.)
WHEREVER SHE'S BOUND The Sailor ponders his fog-shrouded ship as she is prepared for her next voyage. Another cruise is about to begin and with it the Sailor is filled with the anticipation and apprehension of the unknown. His destination is a mystery, but it certainly lies out beyond the murk and over the invisible horizon. He, and we, can only hope for fair winds and following seas.