One of the ports of call on our 2012 Cruise was Norfolk, Virginia. Our shore excursion for this port was what we thought was going to be a morning on a Tall Ship. Granted we going from one ship to another, but I’ve sailed a Tall Ship in Sydney Harbor and it was just so much fun that I wanted to have this same experience with my family.
Well, it wasn’t actually a Tall Ship it was a Schooner and as far as Schooners go, it was very nice. It just wasn’t a Tall Ship. It was smaller. It was cold. The crew was dull. We were bored. We actually had more fun afterwards discovering Hooters!
Scrapbooking this day proved difficult, as disappointing as the morning had been, we’d ended up having a lovely day. There just weren’t that many photos to show this happy ending so what I did was print out only six photos in the style of the old photo booths, attaching them to the page of memorabilia we’d collected.
In hindsight as I look at this page now, I wish I’d stamped-off some of The Open Sea Stamps near what would become the edges to the memorabilia just to give it a little more depth. Actually the World Map would have been perfect. Oh well, next time!