Sunday, March 1, 2015


Lee Wachtstetter loved going on ocean voyages with her husband. Now, the 86-year-old widow is a permanent resident of a luxury cruise ship.
Lee Wachtstetter, an 86-year-old Florida widow, took her daughter's advice. She sold her five bedroom Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-area home on 10 acres and became a permanent luxury cruise ship resident after her husband died.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled plans for what it is calling the "most luxurious ship ever built." One of the key features of the Seven Seas Explorer, launching in summer of 2016, is a massive two-bedroom suite with built-in spa and eye-popping price: $5,000 a person a night. There will be one suite in the new "Regent Suite" category.
BOYNE FALLS, Mich. - Perhaps Midwesterners were not meant to ski. Consider what they've been given: flat terrain, oppressively gray winter skies, subzero wind chills, and fickle helpings of a ski weekend's most crucial ingredient.
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