Costa d'Este Beach Resort
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... were heading out of the river). It was a really pretty morning and very peaceful! I think I finally got the "water in the boat" thing resolve because I bought 6 rubber golf balls from Walmart and stuck them in my scupper holes! No more wet butt! Yeah! Tomorrow I have a blood donation at 8:00 so I think I'll head back out again after that! The photos would be the same (unless I actually catch something!!). Love you!
... metal bent at around
90 degrees. As the aircraft flew, the
wind would move the metal plate to a marking, therefore enabling the pilot to
see how fast he was going. Our guide
said that at night they would use a torch to be able to check their speed. We have come a long way.
also an F14, and an F16, both in flying order in the hangar.
It was an extremely interesting and informative day ...
Rarely do my bike trips have any hard deadlines, but this one this year is very different. I need to be in Daytona Beach on Tuesday when I have an appointment at Daytona Beach Triumph for new rear tire and they are going to store my bike for a few days. I will be flying to Philadelphia to do another CSAPS shoot later this week.
It is 675ish km from KW to DB, and basing that drive on going there Saturday, I didn't want to have to do it in one day. I presumed the drive ...
... day were pretty spectacular. And that was before I had consumed any mai tai!
That evening the sunset was spectacular with an amazing palate of pinks, blues, purples, oranges, and yellows (and whatever) painting the sky. The atmosphere was incredible, the music was fabulous, and the experience of listening to Jimmy Buffet live under the palm trees and a star-filled sky on a warm Florida evening really couldn’t have been a more perfect ending to my first month of month of PhD research.
We were in Pecks Lake Anchorage for a couple days.It was absolutely awesome.You anchor in 6-8ft dinghy a short distance to a sand dune with palm trees land your dinghy and follow a narrow path then up the dune then THE AWESOME SIGHT OF THE BEAUTIFUL ATLANTIC ocean.It was windy and rip currents but none the less breath taking.There ...