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... jobs. Each works for 8 hours plus 1 hour hand over. Fun fact, with the space station - if there is something heading for a collision course which happens with the amount of space junk up there, they move it - yes they simply set off some jets and move it out of the way. After that - I want to Ground Zero - mission control for the Apollo moon landing - I even sat in the Flight Directors chair. As David shared some information with me, realising I ...
... who looked at me, smiled and said "you are not from around here are you?" I said no, I was from Australia - she was so interested in Australia, kept asking questions,, and before I knew it, there were about 20 people standing around listening to my accent.
One of the people asked if I had a moment could I talk to her son, who had a project to do and would love to hear about Australia. ...
... sunny and hot and walked out to wet, gray and cool?? They have had a tremendous amount of rain over the last number of weeks. The bayous are full. Everyone is sick of it like we were of the snow last winter.
All the rain yesterday did something to my radio. No tunes out of the speakers.
Leaving Baton Rouge over the mighty Mississippi was a trip. Great pictures! I must have been on an elevated road for 50 miles over the ...
... I nibbled on both but was most impressed with the crab's legs.
Dave did a geocache adjacent to the pier where he dropped off the second RBLR TRAVEL-BUG and the two others he brought over from UK. Dave then went for a 30-mile ride down the Galveston Seawall to Jamaica Beach with Dave S to find another geocache in amongst the sand dunes. He found it and dropped of his third and final RBLR Travel Bug. There was a wee bit of treasure in there which he took ...
... including Roseate Spoonbills, on our bike rides along the beach.
High Island is one of North America's Birding Hotspots and the Huston Audubon has daily programs planned thru April and May. We will be here along the Bolivar Peninsula for a while longer, just hanging out and waiting for the birds to return. Then, like the birds, we will start north for the summer.
I'll update you as they ...