Though I think this fellow looks a little anxious about being hung up.
Our stateroom was roomy and comfortable enough for both of us. I only found out later that the couch also folded out to make a bed (for traveling families, I suppose).
The bathroom was also big enough.
An at-sea sunrise from my table in the Windjammer, where I ate breakfast, and where I left my red hoodie sweatshirt (which was returned to me the next morning from lost and found).
I did love wandering early in the morning, before everyone else got up.
I just liked the reflections in this shot. If you look carefully, you can see me, taking this picture.
Looking down on a quiet Central Park.
But I'm already Big...
And of course, there was Malabrigo yarn and roving to be had!
I started this hat when I was teaching knitting back backwards and making bobbles the easy way. I've worked on it since- it's nearly done.
Ready for formal night!
The dining room was lovely.
Sandy and Ellen applauding the amazing dining room staff.
I spent a late afternoon or two up in the Solarium, reading.
And an occasional evening stroll, watching the passing cruise ships.
Have I said it was all wonderful? It really really was.