Clare braving the conditions
Given the gale force winds and my lack of sleep, this seemed like the reasonable thing to do
Apologies for the half finger in front of the lens, but even with both hands on my phone the wind was threatening to rip it out of my grip — with Hilary Iwanowski.
Only thing flying on the deck today was patio furniture. All flags were put away.
Strategy 1: use a taller friend as an anchor — withHilary Iwanowski.
Down in the bowels of the ship. Hilary and I agreed this is the creepiest pool we have ever seen (only used on historical tour now, not open for use).
Awesome Jetson style staircase
Lucie and Catherine, glad to be off the airplane!
Still a beautiful day
Tough to see in this photo, but there is a wind vane on top of this tower (on the Hotel New York) shaped like a sailing ship. As it moves, the dial indicates the wind direction.
During my run: "Hey, that ends in a "!"… I bet it's something important. I wonder what it means?" - moments before I catch my foot on a 4" metal lip and go sprawling into a guard rail. My educated guess is the sign says "don't trip on this!" Idiot move of the day.
Setting up the finish area
Sometimes it changes out of the lycra and goes out to dinner
The water taxi pontoon at the SS Rotterdam