Friday, May 14, 2010

Cruise: Day 6 & 7

The last 2 days of the cruise were spent sailing on the boat. We had a great time earning medals, playing games, and just enjoying the company of the best of friends.

These pictures were taken just inside the onboard casino.

I thought the floor was so cool looking.

This is in the area right outside the ice skating rink, yes there was an ice skating rink, complete with a show.

We decided to give the climbing wall a shot. They had a speed climbing contest and I took silver! (Just don't tell anyone that the three of us in the picture were the only ones who signed up for the contest!) I scaled the wall in less than a minute.

Below is one of my favorite pictures of the cruise. One of the only shots with the whole crew.

We decided there weren't enough opportunities for earning medals and convinced them to give us medals for our own competitions. Sandy won the best looking ice cream cone gold medal.

Our second formal night.

And finally, on the last day of cruising, Greg decided he wanted to drive the boat. So he tracked down the Captain and tried valiantly to persuade him. It didn't work. The captain wasn't even impressed with all our medals.

We had such a great time and made memories that will last forever.


Tucker Mom said...

Love the pictures. Glad that you got to go on the cruise. It will be something you will always remember. Glad I got to watch your kids.

Brenda said...

Wow, I can't believe how much fun you had. Loved the upside down circle picture. (and the one where that nice harness is surrounding your rump) Next time you should fly your kids to my house to stay!

Tawni said...

How much fun Kim!!! Your pictures are great and it looks like you guys had an awesome time. Nice to have a break, eh?! :)

Charlotte said...

We are now seriously considering a cruise.

Emily said...

So much fun, I want to go on a cruise, right this minute. :)
Thanks for sharing your pictures with us!

Sandy said...

Every medal is a deserved proud of that silver winning climb...I know I'm proud of my ice-cream cone medal...