Thursday, September 21, 2017

Photos: Hotel Pool

When we checked in at the hotel, there was a very large group in the hotel pool causing all kinds of chaos in their fun. By the time we finished eating and got relaxed, they were all gone. So we pretty much had the place to ourselves.
Daisy and I can't swim very well, so I don't like pools with deep ends. The end of the pool is five feet which is not a problem for me, but Daisy had to stay on the shallow end of the 3-4 feet side. . 


  1. How nice to have the pool pretty much to yourselves ...
    Love the photographs of you too.

    All the best Jan

  2. So nice seeing you and Daisy out and about enjoying time together.

  3. You both should take swimming lessons.
    Kids here learn to swim at a very early age.
    It is incredible to see little babies splashing about in
    Anyhow Adam if you ever do visit Australia, you WILL HAVE TO
    go surfing - ha ha.
    That's surfing in sea water off a beach.........not "SURFING THE
    INTERNET" !!!!

  4. Nice that you and Daisy had the pool all to yourselves.

  5. Looks like fun, glad it wasn't busy for you at that time.

  6. It looks like you both were having a really good time Adam, this is what life is about.

  7. I always like it when the pools are almost empty. Hate crowds that get so rowdy!

  8. There are so many lakes and rivers here in Oregon that most people know how to swim. I'm a fairly good swimmer but I have a healthy respect for water and don't take chances.

  9. Hanging around the pool is fun. I can't swim very well, either, so I totally understand you!

  10. Daisy's smile, as she looks at you with love and joy, is infectious, and I love the photo of the two of you together. You are fortunate to have Daisy (not that she's not fortunate to have you!), because she takes delight in everything around her!

  11. Glad you had it to yourselves. I don't usually go in them because they are always so cold, but I do take advantage if there is a hot tub!