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In March of 2013 I embarked on a grand adventure to the rainforests of Côte d'Ivoire in pursuit of the endangered, elusive, enigmatic pygmy hippopotamus. After that plan fell apart completely (see previous blog episodes from more details), I eventually regrouped and in March of 2014 embarked on another (perhaps slightly less grand) adventure. This time the plan was to visit (almost) all the zoos in the USA with pygmy hippos and collect that all-informative substance, dung! Yes, ...
Spring Break!!!!! And guess who we found in Orlando... Stace! We're so excited that after such a long time waiting to see her, we met up with her in Orlando - Stace will be travelling with us for the next couple of weeks who hoo! Stace flew in from Managua (Nicaragua) and was happy to get a hot shower and a dry towel at our hotel when she arrived! It was a little hard getting accommodation in beautiful Florida, so we went ...
... and are there for the winter. They met us on the boat and then drove us around Daytona, past the speedway and other points of interest. We saw their beautiful condo and then enjoyed a great dinner with them at Caribbean Jack's. We especially liked the bananas foster dessert!
The next morning we left Daytona and cruised to Cocoa, FL where we docked at Cocoa Village Marina on the Indian River. On the way we saw two manatees in the ...
Our next stop was The John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC). The race to the moon is not history to me. I can remember cutting out newspaper clipping of all the different missions on our way to the moon. Right now, I am thinking about that July day when we all watched on our black & white TV's (I know hard to believe it no color HD) to see what was one of the greatest achevements in the history of the human race.
... is huge, and we bussed to different museums and media presentations. We watched a presentation recreating the first lunar landing that was so inspiring and emotional, I was moved to tears. Seeing science and math being put into practice as its done everyday there was no less than awe-inspiring. That one day seemed like it was worth a whole year of science credits for my kids.