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I was reading a great thread having to do with bargain excursions in Alaska... copying and pasting and somehow lost it all... including all of my pasting...DRATS! Help. I have tried searching using words like Bargain, Excursions, Alaska, Inexpensive, BUT not coming up with what I had.
Is there a way to backtrack what I had previously searched? There was also a website they referred to that was a lady with bargain hints for traveling in Alaska and don't remember that. There was a lot of people doing their own thing...
Thanks for any help.
Location: La Marque, TX... about 9 miles from Galveston Island
Just trying to help...
Welcome to the Help Forum!
I truly understand your frustration!
Using the key word inexpensive on the Ports of Call - Alaska Forum and searching entire posts, I found 167 threads for you. On the 2nd page, there was a thread titled "Where are the cheaper excursions?" that just may be the one you are looking for.
The only tips I can pass on would be to make sure you are searching the correct forum and to use a key word or words you remember seeing in the title or body of the posts.
There is more than one place to locate Search. On the blue bar above between New Posts and Quick Links, in Forum Jump at the bottom of the page, and at the top of each forum or thread in Search This Forum or Search This Thread.
Just fill in your key word or words. Under Search Options and over to the right, Cruise Lines "A - O" will be highlighted on top as the default. You will need to use the slide on the right to scroll down through all the forums and highlight the one you want by clicking on it to change the default. If you want to select more than one forum at a time, also use your Ctrl key. Please feel free to use the search feature anytime. Just remember, do not try a search with too many key words or in too many forums at one time.