A Journal of our Adventures
A magnificent ship Diane, oh to be young again. (that's not saying we are old)
a beautiful ship, a crazy daughter... yikes... i would not even climb up there much less let go. these are great photos
Only with a harness on would I climb up there. What a beautiful ship. I'd love to do that. With some seasick pills in me.
:-) Looks like fun! And the only thing that surprises me is that you weren't there to climb up there with her.
What great fun and glad she told you after the fact! LOL
Geez ! she is a very brave girl ! What a nice and original Christmas party ! I don't see nothing of Christmas yet, although the hotel is apparently booked for Christmas. It's celebrated here too, you don't need to be a Christian for having a Christmas tree, lol !We had a bad adventure yesterday, it's written on my blog tomorrow !
Oh my gosh she is very brave!!! What a great way to have a Christmas party. Thanks for stopping by on my George Washington post. Can't say I am a fan of Pork Pies, but my mother loved them too.
That is awesome! Beats having flaccid turkey fillet at a grungy pub any day!
The ship is beautiful. I'm envious of your daughter for having the opportunity to sail on her, but I'm not sure I would have been brave enough to climb the mast the way she did.
That looks like fun!
No surprise to me! Just like her mother, never fazed - right?Sure is a novel way to have the office Christmas party - good for her.I bet you and TOH are "green with envy" - ha ha! Oh to have been on that ship on Tuesday - sigh! Instead of the sweat box up here.Yep, I'm green with envy also.CheersColin (HB)
An amazing ship! Fantastic photos.
That is a nice present from your daughter for you, specially the last photo! Scary, I always wondered how people could climb in those tall ships. Well this way.
I think that perhaps Carol-Ann is as adventerous as her Mama was when she was young. Oh yeah, you just climbed a bridge on your birthday. :) It's in her genes!(I would have been scared to pieces.)
I don't really have a fear of heights, well I thought I didn't. I feel strange after looking at the photos.
Wow she is brave I think I would have done it too even if my legs were shaking:) Great ship. Great adventure for your girl. B
well done! She made the very best of her outing!
What fun that must have been! I did the same once in the Caribbean, although I looked nowhere near as glamorous and competent as your daughter.
Wow---she is daring.... Is that "Like Mama like daughter".... Would you have ever done that?????George loves tall ships---and he would feel like he was in heaven on that ship... WOW....Thanks for sharing.Hugs,Betsy
What a great Christmas party. Like Mother like daughter I would say but I'd be pleased I only found out after the event!
That is one work party I would give a miss!
Oh wow, Diane! Your daughter is very brave! I love the tall ship, amazing photos.
A beautiful ship and your daughter obviously has no fear of heights. Great photos. Diane
Wow -- your beautiful and brave daughter ...what a fun post.
Very brave acrobatics.Greetings,Filip
Wow! What a fun adventure for your daughter! I love sailing on a tall ship.
What a brilliant venue for an office Christmas party .... simply stunning! you wouldn't get me climbing that high!! Carol-Ann looks like she's loving it.
Well done to your daughter.Wonderful sailing ship.
It was sooo much fun! I was fully harnessed to the mast and climbing up was exhilarating! A definite highlight of the year, I'd say. That along with climbing the bridge with you and Sonya!Great Post Mumxxx
It's a beauty of a sailing vessel Diane and I've taken many pictures of it when I've been in Sydney but.........that's where the adventure ends for moi haha! I do so love the adventurous spirit of , I was going to say the young, but I'm sure there are many adventurous 'people of a certain age' out there also. Fabulous images of your daughter's trip.
Your daughter is very pretty and very daring. I would love to do that...I am jealous. :)
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