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Saturday, 17 January 2015

No sewing on the boat .....

My husband and I joined old friends and colleagues for a mini cruise to 
Kiel in Germany.Such a perfect trip on a wavy sea. We were about 65 old 
colleagus on this cruise, some I had not seen for a good many years :-)

A cushion to be :-) I have finished 5 of the flowers, so another 5 
to go . But no time for any sewing  at sea this time!
 
We left snow and ice here in Oslo, meeting the city of 
KIEL in Germany in pouring rain.
Here is our ship the Color Magic picture from a pamphlet and the
boat docked in Kiel on the cold and rainy day.
Some pics did not come out, but we enjoyed seefood 
as well as delicious variation of meat.
 
Cakes by the number, great way to finish a lovely meal and of
course any cheese you might want. :-)
Fruit and veg, take your pick :-)

Partytime in the bar! Yes, another Kiel trip to be remembered :-)
Nice with a small break! Now looking forward to some stitching.
Hope you will have a great week to come, Grethe xx.

10 comments:

feltfree på Åsly said...

Looks like an awesome trip

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Who needs to sew when one can travel with good friends--glad you has fun--
smiles, di&missgracie

Anne-Mettes Oaser said...

Dejligt med sådan et lille stop i hverdagen.
Sikke fine blomster du har gang i.
Mange hilsner
Anne-Mette

Randi Tangen said...

Å så koselig å være på tur.Herlig god mat :) Flott sying du driver med.

Yvonne W said...

Despite the weather,it does sound like it was a lovely time with good friends. The hexagon flowers look pretty.

sunny said...

What a wonderful getaway! So glad you had such an enjoyable trip

Anthea said...

it sounds like a lovely trip Grethe... the will be other times for your beautiful EPP!

Houseelf said...

What a lovely trip! Yes cruise food can be so delicious, especially when they let you sample local delicacies.

Pretty cushion idea. Good luck finishing it.

Lappedamen said...

Så ut til å ha vært en vellykket tur ti Kiel. Ikke rart du ikke fikk sydd noe.

Jenny said...

That trip on the ship looks amazing. I have a friend in Kiel. She was our exchange student , now she is all grown up and a dentist.