Saturday, December 1, 2018

Christmas Ships--Madeline singing with Seattle Girls Choir


Every year, on the Saturdays and Sundays between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Argosy cruises in Seattle sails on Lake Union and Lake Washington with a local vocal group.  They stop at neighborhood beach parks and some private lakeshore restaurants for a carolling show.

On December 1st, Madeline's choir group at Seattle Girls Choir (Cantamus) was the featured vocal group.  We got to hear her perform from the shore at Madrona Beach Park on Lake Union (their first stop).  It was great to hear the performance (although blasted over loud-speaker isn't the best acoustics and Madeline said they were still getting used to the in-boat acoustics at this first performance).  All the other boats are private vessels that follow along for fun--there were some great decorations on those boats, and there were many more of them than the last time we saw this performance.  What a fun tradition that Madeline got to be part of.

Here are a few photos of the boats and a few videos of some of the songs.   Madeline was on the large boat with the yellow-white lights and the light star. 


















Dinovember 2018, The End:

The dinos left for DinoLand with some new friends.
See you next year!



Friday, November 30, 2018

Dinovember 2018, Day 30

Happy Birthday to Madeline!
From all of us, especially The Dinos


Dinovember 2018, Day 29:

Snow-Board-ing??
The dinos just didn't get it.


Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Dinovember 2018, Day 28:

Greeny and Dinny, the creators of the incredible shrinking machine, 
were enthusiastically discussing the possibilities of what it could do.  
Could it unshrink?  Who knows?


Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Dinovember 2018, Day 27:

The dinos felt as if they had been transported back to the Jurassic period
when they discovered the working ipod shuffle, ipod nano, and first generation iphone.


Dinovember 2018, Day 26:

After watching Mary Poppins, a couple of the dinos thought they'd try out this new form of transportation.  Too bad they don't understand the concept of fiction.