This morning I am flying out to board a ship for a Mexican Riviera Cruise! I am looking forward to the trip very much, vacations are always wonderful. There is a group of us going, mostly friends from one of the Harley Chapters I belong to. A couple of relatives are making the trip as well. The scheduled stops are Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo. When we dock in Cabo, my husband and I are leaving the ship and spending a week in Cabo with friends of ours who have a suite in one of the resorts. In fact it will be the same place we were at a year ago.
So, since I will be cruising, I will not be posting to my blog, or Twittering, or playing with Facebook. I have been told the cost of using the internet on the ship is outrageous. I have debated about even bringing my laptop, but I just can't imagine not having it for two weeks. When in Cabo, I will have plenty of my own free time to play. Still, I do not plan to pay for internet service while in Cabo either. (But you never know, I could possibly change my mind while I am there, maybe I will have withdrawls, been there and done that before!) The guys will be fishing a lot and I will be the only female there. Sun and fun! I hope to download pictures, and catch up reading a book and some of my genealogy magazines. I am also bringing along a craft project I have been working on for way to long. Sunbathing, relaxing, swimming and a spa trip or two also will be on my agenda.
I had hoped to do some pre-posting of articles for while I was away, however time did not allow for me to do so. I only found enough time to pre-post a couple Wordless Wednesday's. So, when you see them remember it doesn't mean I am back yet!
If you are looking for reading material while I am gone, you can always scroll through and read any of my past posts. Or, there are many bloggers, over 800, listed at GeneaBloggers
in the Genealogy Blog Roll,
who are posting to their sites. Check out the link, you may find another new blog or two to follow! January's edition of Shades
has been posted which is a must read! I haven't had the opportunity to read it yet, but I KNOW
it is great, previous issues have been outstanding!
I will miss posting to my blog, but will try not to think about it to much while I am gone. Hope you all have a great couple of weeks.
Thanks for stopping by!
Wishing you success in all of your genealogical treasure hunts!
Color me jealous about your trip! I am flying back from Salt Lake City to Chicago where it is now -1F!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the shout out to GeneaBloggers - there are now 843 genealogy blogs of all types and more than enough to keep folks busy!
Using the Internet IS outrageously expensive on cruises. I didn't even take a laptop. It's not really a vacation if you do all the stuff you usually do, right? Have fun!ReplyDelete
Thank you Cheryl for the award and HAVE A WONDERFUL, RELAXING and WARM cruise.ReplyDelete
I've nominated you for the Happy 101 Award! Please stop by my blog to pick it up.ReplyDelete
That sounds like a fabulous (and warm) trip! As Thomas said, it's cold in this region of the country. Send some sunshine our way! :)ReplyDelete
Thomas, I won't tell you about the weather we had...I know you must have had a blast in Salt Lake City!ReplyDelete
Amanda, I did take my laptop, and used it, but never the internet. I agree with you, I needed to do other things for a change!
Lindalee, you are so welcome, we had a marvelous trip!
Mavis, thank you so much for nominating me for the Happy 101 Award!
Tracy, did it work? I tried to send sun in your direction!
Thank you all for your comments, we did enjoy our vacation very much!