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... heroes of science and of humanity. ******nit! I'm getting all patriotic and I aint even American!!
The bus tour takes you on an hour long trip around the Space Centre including the historic Launchpad 39A from where Neil, Buzz and Mike were launched into space, and the huge and flat crawler road along which they transported the massive and huge rockets from the massive and huge Vehicle Assembly building. Eventually the bus arrives at the Saturn V building ...
... his car to take pictures of these huge alligators. Caleb would lose his mind every time he got out worried he was going to get attacked. The man must have got some great shots and it was nice for us because he pointed out all the alligators he saw.
Next we drove to the Manatee Observation deck an area where wild manatees like to hang out and eat. There was 5 manatees there and we spent quite a while ...
... t have the time to take a picture of me with this big brown spider on my calf!
Also, even if I don't have a lot of work experience with garden, I learned three rules during my first week that I will remember for the next weeks!
1-Never have a white t-shirt when you are weeding!
2-Never have sox when you are watering!
3-You never had enough sun scream!
Who knows? Maybe maybe I will learn new ones next ...
... this cruise with breakfast in the restaurant at what we considered the crack of dawn. I am by no means an early riser and Nancy, well --forget it. But up we were and seated at a window table overlooking Port Canaveral. Since we never make breakfast in the dining room we went all out. Eggs benedict, sausage, potatoes, juice, two gallons of coffee (to get me through the day that started solo early), fresh fruit and a final scoop ...
... ducked in and around the beautiful hillsides and valleys and even through a couple of pretty immense tunnels to get from one side of the mountains to the other. Now for all you classic TV trivia fans, do you know what’s special about the quaint and rather quiet little town of Mt. Airy, North Carolina?? Very good - it’s Andy Griffith’s hometown and the real-life inspiration for the town ...