Buena Vista Inn
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Welcome home, everyone! I've posted the rest of my photos on Snapfish. Go to www.snapfish.com and sign in. The email is DrKellermeier@gmail.com and the password is France2015. Copy any photo you like and feel free to share your own photos. I really enjoyed making memories with each of you :) Dr. ...
... was fixated on on the first three letters of the town!! A swim, some drinks & a lot of conversation about how we never really noticed how much we said "No worries" or "mate" or other Aussie-ish terms. I'm pretty sure that a "g'day" hasn't come out yet, but we can't be sure. Yummy steak & lots of verges at Durango's for dinner & we topped it off with deep fried ice cream for dessert - looks like we've added some extra baggage ...
... have a one of these vast machines on display. The exhibit is brilliant and packed full of information and there are various people walking who you can talk to that actually built the rockets! I asked one how he felt about the space programme now and if he thought the USA would win the next phase of the space race. He said, if Apollo 18 had launched, it would have landed where they found a huge frozen lake. With the discovery of water, they could shave built a ...
... gentle giants. On the way home from the grocery store Bruce, Caleb, and Clare saw a car pulled over and something in the water that people were watching. It was some manatees mating and it was quite a sight! It also started our first little discussion about the birds and the bees with Caleb. Oh boy!
The rest of our time in Titusville we spent fishing or at the pool, mostly just recovering from Disney!
... to West End
Bahamas. From there they are on the Bahama Bank and stay inside the
barrier reef traveling East. Going straight across takes 2 to 3 days,
about 300 miles of ocean travel.
We wanted a Southerly wind as we crossed the Stream. Since the Gulf ...