A Cabin Crawl is a chance to see cabins other than your own. Diamond Heads offered up their cabins for the crawl, and Jim and Lynn arranged our route. Lynn says our crawl was 1,500 steps long. (And it felt it!) (Sadly, a lot of my pix this day came out fuzzy.)
These are the cabins we saw, and our hosts:
|4||4561||N||Inside||Ken & Dawn|
|7||7626||E3||Back right||Neil & Ellen|
|8||8168||D1||Aft||Shanna & Rich|
|9||9256||D1||Aft||Ginny & Carl|
|9||9594||D1||Hump right||Barb & Joe|
|10||1102||D1||Aft||Tim & Sue|
|10||1020||E1||Front left||Richard & Jean|
|10||1544||Junior||Front right||Kathy & Mark|
|10||1536||Grand||Front right||Mike & Elenor|
Mike’s Milkshake Shakedown
In each of the cabins we visited, a clue was provided to the contestants in Mike’s MilkShake Shakedown. The Crawl ended in our Grand Suite, with a recap of the nine clues, and a chance to think about where, in the Grand Suite, the $100-bill prize was hidden and how many people had signed up (several months before) to be “Milkshakers.” The catch was that whoever won the prize, was also committing him or herself to buying a milkshake up in the SeaView Cafe for however many Milkshakers had signed up.
The clues were:
- It has plastic on it.
- It has fabric on it.
- It had hard and soft parts.
- It has holes in it.
- It is heavy.
- It has a pleasing appearance.
- It can be moved.
- You can see into parts of it.
- You should not sit on it.
And the winner was?
Mark! No one guessed the correct location: among the guesses were: under the TV, under the VCR, and under the lamp. The second basis for winning was the guess of how many people had signed up to be Milkshakers: Mark guessed 17 and there were only 13 people who wanted milkshakes.
Oh yeah. And the correct location of the $100 bill? In Michael's pocket!