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Question of the Day

Ally

Deckhand
Yes...and I loved it :)

Christmas 2005. Cape Horn, 90mph winds, 30ft waves (one of which landed on top of me while I was standing at the bow)...I love high seas :joy:
 

astros fan

Deckhand
We had pretty rough seas coming home from a western car. We sailed into a front. All of the water was sloshing out of the pools...didn't do much for my stomach..LOL
 

sevenhearths

Deckhand
Our last cruise on the Legend in Sept.- but what do you expect---- it was hurricane season! The captain did an admirable job of keeping as far away from the several (hurricanes) storms that we encountered- but the ship did rock and roll quite a bit compared to the other cruises I had been on (both in hurricane season as well- what can I say.... the rates are good!)

The wind was so strong at one point we were amazed that the glass surrounding the showers by the pool were still intact. There were many times that items went off the tables at dinner and walking down the stairs was a real treat..... reminds me of my 20's when I drank a bit more than now.... bouncing off walls! One member of our party was seasick, and the infirmary was quite busy a few days..... in the casino, the house had the advantage on the roulette wheel..... that little ball just kept on going!!!!
 

Ocean Angel

Deckhand
:dancing_banana: Question of the day!:dancing_banana:





Have you ever had a cruise that was rough seas? Where & when & what happened?
Yes the trip I went on in Nov. Its not fun when you dont have a window to look out. I know it makes your tummy do those flip flops worse without a window
 

BoHunk

Deckhand
Late Question of the Day:

If you suddenly had to move...pick up your life and move anywhere....job not being a factor...where would you move and why?
 

madge57

Deckhand
To the south!! They don't seem to be in such a rush unless you are in the larger cities. They know how to treat people and the big plus is its alot warmer than the north!! I like the Carolina's the best!!!:)
 

Ally

Deckhand
New Zealand.

Very few built up areas, excellent value for money/low living costs, stunning scenery and beautiful weather too :)
 

alphakitty

Deckhand
I don't know...I really don't want to move! LOL I love New England and Rhode Island a lot, been here all my life, moving only a few miles from where I grew up. If I HAD to move, I guess I'd like to live nearer to a cruise port so I could cruise more for less expense.
 

Chucksta63

Deckhand
:dancing_banana: Question of the day!:dancing_banana:



If you could change jobs (or get one for some of us...lol) what would you change to, what do you really want to do?
 

alphakitty

Deckhand
2 questions in one day? ok...My ideal job would be to take folks coming in on cruise ships to Newport and being a guide for the day. There are so many wonderful places to visit, beaches, historical sites and great food. I love this state and would enjoy sharing it with others.
 

sevenhearths

Deckhand
Retire! I have 5 years to go to be able to do so from my day job....... so why change now???? And sell the B&B........

I had forgotten about BoHunk's question...... Hawaii.... either Maui or the Big Island. Have spent some vacation time there and really love it. Between the mountains and the ocean.. it is paradise!
 

Ocean Angel

Deckhand
:dancing_banana: Question of the day!:dancing_banana:



If you could change jobs (or get one for some of us...lol) what would you change to, what do you really want to do?
I would have to keep the one I have, the only change I would do is move it closer to Plant City. That 30 miles one way kills me! :dancing_banana:
 

BoHunk

Deckhand
Question of the Day:

To be able to afford life...what do you cut corners on vs where do you overspend?
 
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