Hello, and welcome to our website.
The main purpose of this site is to reflect our travel experiences and adventures, both domestic and world-wide. We will have a blog for each cruise we take, plus blogs for other places and activities we have enjoyed. The blogs can be accessed by hovering over the title of the blog at the top of the page, and clicking the link you want on the drop down menu.
Most pages will have an active link to additional photos that are relevant to the page you are reading. [Just move your cursor over the underlined word(s) and click to view the photos. Photo albums may also be accessed via the drop-down menu at the top of the blog.] We will also put more trip photos on this gallery: https://rovingstones.shutterfly.com/. These photos are full size and may be downloaded if you wish. You may want to check the gallery periodically, as we will sometimes put up photos that are not related to our travels.
We hope you enjoy reading this as much as we’ve enjoyed the experiences.
This site is in part the continuation of our old travel blogs on blogger.com. For anyone who might be interested in our blogs about the 2008 World Cruise, you can access Harry’s at http://harryscruise.blogspot.com. Susan’s old blog (Jesusan’s Ramblings) is located at http://mrsluckystone.blogspot.com/. Her account of the 2008 World Cruise was written after the fact and can be found in the February and March 2009 blogger archive.
Sand Dunes on Ocracoke Island, NC
Sidebar photos, top to bottom:
1. ms Oosterdam at Half Moon Cay, Bahamas
2. Cape Horn
3. National Monument by Felix De Weldon (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
4. The Parthenon, Athens, Greece
5. Howard’s Pub, Ocracoke Island, North Carolina
6. Dogfish Head Sign, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
7. West Mountain, Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site, El Paso, Texas
8. "The Alligator”, Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site, El Paso, Texas