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... from the shore of the Indian River at our campground. A small crowd had gathered to wait and watch, several had their cell phones tuned to the launch website, but again we were disappointed because the launch was again cancelled due to thunder storms.
They don't launch on Sunday, and it is therefore scheduled to go off tonight, Monday, at 6:43. As we write the launch site says T-Minus 0 D, 02:23:14 EDT. We'll see what happens.
... minute of grandparenthood. We are giving suggestions only when asked for...like how to bathe a baby, how to know when to use Desitin, how to try to get the baby to sleep in his crib...and the rest of the time, we are just cooking meals, running errands, and being grateful for the opportunity we have to be with our kids and grandbaby. What a difference this time around...this is the grandparenting that we envisioned!
Happy one week old birthday, Zander! ...
Apart from that the BIG VISITOR was LUKAS.
Yes, we are now proud grandparents for the first time.
Lynn (Our daughter) and Patrick introduced the young man to the world on February 27th.
(We were actually cruising along the Amazon River at the time.)
... and then got close up as she slithered back down to the water. It's crazy being so up near to nature like that, it was incredible to see. We named the turtle Tammy and waved her off... I wander where she is now...
Magic Kingdom was good fun, I have fond memories of going there about 10 years ago with my family so the trip was somewhat nostalgic for me. As much as I enjoyed the day the magic was slightly diluted when at $95 entry ...
Leading on to important location of Eisenhower's presidency we believe cape Canaveral. Fl was one it is the location of a very famous NASA building. Why is this “so big” you say? It’s a “big thing” because that building wouldn't of even been thought of if president Eisenhower didn't sign the National Aeronautics and Space Act that created NASA. After more reasoning of researching the building was built and more and more after that.