Buena Vista Inn
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Hi everyone. I guess there were some technical difficulties with the website yesterday as the link in the email seemed to take you to an error page on the Travel Pod website. I'm not sure what happened but it seems to have been fixed.
Today is supposed to be a repeat of yesterday in terms of weather, anyway. I do think the humidity is lower, but at some point, what’s the difference. Obviously, in the summer months it will be ...
... hull and it now has a berth and a removable top. It has a new 4-stroke motor plus an electric trolling motor so he can do some fishing or live on it overnight. It is painted in his signature paint scheme of red, white and green. Pretty cool. He really enjoys the water.
Anyway, we put the top on it and then he showed me around. He had a loft in one of the structures that had lots of spare materials like wood and metal that he had collected over time. ...
... tearing out the trees in the center median. It really is a shame as it takes a lot of the beauty away, and there is no longer a physical separation between north and southbound sides of the highway.
Before too long, we were getting off the freeway in New Smyrna Beach. A short five mile drive got us to our destination for the next week, the New Smyrna Beach RV Park. When we pulled in, we could see lots of large puddles on the roads in ...
... at the Apollo / Saturn V centre where we watched an Apollo 'launch' & a 'moon landing' then the money shot - a Saturn V rocket as long a football field! Lunch at the Moon rock cafe - Jordan was tripping out that he was having lunch under a rocket. In the afternoon we tried to land a lunar module, watched a presentation about exploration space & robot scouts. We then moved to our overnight in hotel down the road in Titusville - ...
... 14 Command Module, the "Kitty Hawk." Walk through a rare collectkion of prototype spacesuites and artifacts used during the Apollo program."
The bus tour went past the eagle nest again today. It sits high off the ground in the crook of a tree and looks like an upside down dome. Each time I've been on a tour bus that passes the nest, the driver tells us its weight. ...