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Smokey Cruises to Canada

Mary Mahoney, is a 1976 UT Knoxville alumna and is now assistant director of UT Career Services.

She sent her husband, Ken, a 1974 alumnus of UT Knoxville, recently took a cruise through eastern Canada on Holland America’s Maasdam ship. They sent photos from their trip.

The first photo was taken in front of the government house in Quebec City, Canada.

The second photo was taken in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in front of the lighthouse in Peggy’s Cove.

“We had to stand in front of the lighthouse because it was so windy and cold you needed to use it as protection against the weather,” Many Mahoney wrote. “Temperatures dropped into the low 40s and strong winds made it tricky to walk on the rocks at Peggy’s Cove.”

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