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... of sizes… they have different thrust rates… and different burn rates… some put out smoke… some colored smoke, some spray sparks like a sparkler… in any case the solid fuel fires and the rocket rises based on the size of the rocket and the rocket motor.
The rocket might blast just 50-60 ft into the air… or be large enough ...
... passage through Phoenix, dust storms south of town, but we got off on the back road again, through Florence. Stopped to potty at Wal Mart outside Florence. VERY scary! Walmartians everywhere! Going to chill for the weekend before we take off for New Mexico Monday morning.
... marker after elevation marker on the 12 mile drive from the highway. Ended up at 6875 feet where the 23 telescopes comprising the Observatory site were located. Passed a Border Patrol checkpoint on Highway 86 coming and going. Good to know our government is looking out for us! The program is interesting, ...
Our first full day. It was SO nice to get outside, sit by the pool, and feel the warmth. Probably 70 degrees, beautiful clear weather. Great place to rejuvenate after months of cold and snow and a long trip yesterday. Tonight, we had dinner with Ken and Glenna Webster, who were celebrating their 11th wedding anniversary. Dinner at the MountainView clubhouse, where Ed will play golf tomorrow. Did I mention, first golf since November 5th?
Today we arrived in Tucson Arizona, at a friends house who I used to work with. Tom Mooney and his wife Carol. They have a beautiful house with a beautiful view out their back door. The view coming into Arizona was wonderful. We went for a ride into Saguaro National Park this afternoon and saw saguaro cactus. We have beautiful pics from the park. These cactus take 100 years to ...