Travel Blogs from Mims, United States

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Soaking up the Sun!, Mims, United States travel blog

Soaking up the Sun!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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By late Friday the news was that the Space Shuttle would make an attempt to take off on Sunday. That meant I had all day Saturday to do as I please and most of Sunday. Saturday morning I had to move my trailer to a new spot. To the one behind the one I ...

It's  guy thing : Motorcycles & Spaceships, Mims, United States travel blog

It's guy thing : Motorcycles & Spaceships

A travel blog entry by debnjon

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... to go the old highway south, avoiding the I-95, so we headed south along the water. Our drive today was only to the KOA near Mims, FL so no rush. Good thing we were not on a schedule as we headed into Daytona, toward a bikers traffic jam. It is still ...

Cape Canaveral, Mims, United States travel blog

Cape Canaveral

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... research.  Back on Earth the crews that build, load and carry the shuttles to the launch pads take great care and lots of united work for months for each one.   The road to set the shuttle in place is 3 miles long.  The ...

Waiting for Launch, Mims, United States travel blog

Waiting for Launch

A travel blog entry by onthesunnyside

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Wir wollten natuerlich die zweitletzte Gelegenheit nicht auslassen, einen Start des Space Shuttles zu erleben. So warteten wir heute eben ab, auf das es morgen wuerde. Unser Zelt hatte in der Nacht den Geist aufgegeben, die Carbonstaengeli hielten dem ...

Slowly heading north, Mims, United States travel blog

Slowly heading north

A travel blog entry by richandjanell

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We have gone up the road about 40 miles on our slow trip up the east coast.  It has been raining on and off since we got here on Friday, sometimes very hard with thunder and lightening.  We are in a small campground with a small lake.  ...

Fort Pierce to Loughman Lake, Mims, United States travel blog

Fort Pierce to Loughman Lake

A travel blog entry by diane.patrick

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Slept reasonably well considering the time difference, the humidity and the air bed. Got up about 7.30, dismantled the tent, had porridge and a nice shower. Our first port of call was the Manatee Centre in Fort Pierce run by some lovely volunteers, one ...

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