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Monday, August 2, 2010

Sharks Circling?

Good morning,

I'm back on the pool deck today.  While strolling along the outside of the deck I glanced over to one of the pools and caught the above out of the corner of my eye.
No, it wasn't sharks circling, it was a scuba training class.
I waited around for what seemed a terribly long time...
...and even strolled over to another part of the deck to get a bigger perspective on this whole picture.
Finally!

This is one class I'll pass, but it sure is neat to be able to do this training on a ship.  We'll be going to three different places where people can dive on this cruise.

Tomorrow I'll still be taking walks around the ship with camera in hand.  I hope you'll join me.  I am having a great deal of fun here!

Very best,
Lois

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7 comments:

Sherry said...

I'm with you! I'll stick to watching underwater diving on TV! That's as much as my comfort level with scuba diving allows!

Happy Days said...

Had no idea they gave Scuba diving lessons onboard. That's neat. Then when they find a place to dive, they're all set and ready to go! Neat idea! at least for those who like to scuba!...debbie

Wanda..... said...

For just a second...I was thinking real sharks.

Montanagirl said...

Wow - So many things offered on that huge ship! I'll just bet you are enjoying every minute of it!

Elaine said...

That is one beautiful ship! You certainly have no reason to be bored with all the activities they offer. I think you are having the most fun photographing all the action though.

Lois Evensen said...

Good morning,

Yes, there is a great deal to see and photograph. It always changes, too. So many people ask if I get bored on a ship, but there is no way. It is always different. And, I have finished a knitting project that I'll photograph and share here soon, too.

There are lessons for just about everything here, Debbie. The good part is that there is plenty to do for people of all ages.

Thanks, everyone, for stopping by!

Very best,
Lois

Life Looms Large said...

Looks like you're off on another great adventure!! Enjoy!!

I love how food just appears on a cruise...no worries about what to eat or if I have ingredients....it's all just there!

Enjoy!
Sue