Friday, February 27, 2009

OK everyone, I am officially on vacation now to celebrate our 25th anniversary, so this will be my last post for a week. May I just say "Woo Hoo"! If the Celebrity Solstice sinks or is attacked by pirates, have a bagel in our memory.
  • Welcome back to Bill T and his family from the Grand Caymans.
  • Bon Voyage to Patty who sails on March 8th. Have a great time!
  • Good luck to Jeff taking the icy plunge tomorrow.
  • Thanks to my wonderful Mom and Dad for watching over the house and family until Katelyn arrives on Tuesday to help out. x o x o x ox
  • I am busy packing, and was shocked to learn that I can't bring any of the items listed below onboard. Now I have to change some of my recreational plans with Harold. Oh well....
What not to Pack For the safety of our guests, the following items are not allowed onboard:

Irons / Steamers


Illegal drugs

Coffee makers

Electrical Transformers

Flammable liquids and explosives, such as fireworks or pyrotechnics.

Firearms including non-firing weapons and starting pistols including BB guns, air guns, gun lighters, flare guns, gun power, and pellet guns

Ammunition, including bullets, shot or missile that can be fired using a propellant

Imitation or replica weapons, including de-commissioned weapons or those not capable of being fired that are obviously not children's toys

Taser or electronic stun guns

Pepper or mace sprays

Telescopic or regular batons

Martial arts equipment (flails, throwing stars, etc.)

Compressed gas bottles/cylinders (dive tanks are allowed if they are empty and medical gas bottles are allowed)

Diver spear gun

Fuel of any kind

Knives with blades longer than 4 inches

Lockback serrated knives of any length

Disguised knives such as belt buckles, flick knives, or hunting knives

Axes and hatchets


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

hmmmm. makes me wonder what's up with your house that needs all that monitoring while no one is there????? glenn