Sunday, October 30, 2011

Finally back from vacation.  On the first night of the cruise I was on the balcony of my room and a little bird landed on the chair next to me and I whistled for the bird and it landed on my hand. 
I hope you like some of the photos i added from my vacation.  Now I just need to find time to start making more miniature houses, but next week i start decorating the house for Christmas, in which i usually have a large Christmas Tree in every room, it usually takes me a couple of weeks to put up all the Christmas Decorations.  I try to post some photos when i get the house decorated, and hopefully of some new miniatures also.

                                                                 The Cayman Island beach.

Taking the boat into Cayman Island.

A picture from the ferry taking us to the Island.

Getting on the ferry from the ship.

More Cayman beach.

Picture of flowers on  Isle of Roatan.

A little lizard on the Cayman Island.

A little island were we went snorkling off of Belize.


Me and a few of my sisters, Penny my twin on the left then Bonnie and Eileen, with me goofing off as normal.

Island off of Belize.

Me loving the decks off the ship were I could smoke.

My beautiful neice Stephanie always posing and family tagging behind.

Me Getting ready to eat.  The food was so good i ordered two meals and two desserts every night.

My nephew Trevor on left and my Great nephew Trace.

Me and Rob.

Part of my family on the cruise. 

Me and my twin sister Penny getting a picture together on the ship.

Of course me and Penny hanging over the rails smoking.

I loved the suite on the ship.

My neice Sonya and her boyfriend.

Isle of Roatan.

Me searching for shells on Isle of Roatan that i might be able to use in my miniatures.

Ruins by Cozumel.

My neice Stephanie posing again at Cozumel.


  1. Looks like so much fun! Amazing about the little bird!

  2. Que buenas vacaciones Stan!
    Un abrazo

  3. Thanks for sharing these GREAT pics! That bird is amazing!
    I hope you found mini shells..... it's what I always look for on the beach too!