Sunday, June 9, 2013

Oh Glory

As you can imagine, this weekend has been packed with all sorts of fun.
But remember, This is The Brighter Side of the Grave.
So no weekend excursion would be complete without a visit to a cemetery to go right along side of all the action. We are getting some incredible photos that I can't wait to share with you.
But it will have to wait for now. Because we're not done yet!
You know how I love to drive. Well, I have to admit that we flew from Detroit to Boston. And truth be told, I didn't even drive to the airport. And I won't be driving any time soon either.

This afternoon, we will be boarding another ship. Yes, I know this is the third one in three years.
Carnival Glory
And just because we love a good adventure, we decided to cruise with Carnival this time around aboard the Carnival Glory. (Watch for it on the news)
I love to wake up each day with something new to explore and not have to unpack all my stuff at a new hotel each day. Some people think that cruise ships are like some sort of tourist parade where the mindless passengers invade a town, wreck it and run away. But I've found that everything in life is what you make of it. Each day, I look for a new adventure. Something different. Something that I can only do at that port.

You'll have to stay tuned to find out what we are doing at each place that we visit. But I will tell you that our first stop will be in Portland, Maine on Monday.

Then we'll be heading over to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada on Tuesday for a little adventure including something to do with reversing waterfalls.


MorningAJ said...

Wow! I've never been on a cruise but I've considered it. I think I'd like longer to get to know a place than just a few hours. I'm not sure.

Portland is supposed to be an amazing place. Looking forward to your photos!

Stew Adams said...

I could spend much longer in each place too, but I've got a business to run at home so only so much time and way too much world to explore.

Ms Sparrow said...

Wow, you are always on-the-go! I've always wanted to travel up in the Northeast. Looking forward to learning about your experiences.

sophie...^5 said...

You are coming to Canada and you won't want to leave!!
You'll see!

Coop said...

Have fun Stew! I have been going to South Boston a lot more now that my friends are moving there. Seeing a carnival ship docked there was quite a surprise.It's not that big, I guess, but the stack sticks out like a sore thumb in the seaport district. Someday I'll make it up to the martimes.

Rich Christensen said...

Nice surprise! Have a lobster roll or three for me :-)

Stew Adams said...

You were right. But my baby was at home and I had to leave the doodle.

Stew Adams said...

Boston was too much fun. And the cruise brought many new friends into my life.

Stew Adams said...

I am certainly stuffed after that trip!

Stew Adams said...

I have so much to write about. If I could slow down long enough to do it.