Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront
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... visits & visitors,updated needed appliances. Fox news ( as much as we can take it) Hockey games. My cousins Susie and Jon hosted a memorable evening for us to celebrate my Birthday ( how did I get this old)... still have 7 years to catch up to Andy...& it was an amazing night on the water. We had a family destination wedding on Naples beach. My brother and his wife stayed with us and loved Andy and his quips and stories ...
Up early and walked around the deck until we could get a coffee. It is a lot warmer already but still overcast and windy. But by mid-morning the wind had died down and there were blue skies. We went on a tour to NASA at Cape Canaveral and were able to see space ships and astronaut gear. We went on space simulators and went to see the space 3d film. We travelled out to see one of the launch pads. If we were just two weeks later we would have been there for a ...
We had a relatively early start this morning so that we could meet up with Barbara, Anthony and Chris for the short drive to Port Canaveral. Today is a double celebration as it's Barbars's Birthday and of course Father's Day. A cruise to the Bahamas isn't a bad way to celebrate! Our first impressions of the ship are good. We're on the ...
... lucky you might spot a Florida panther, but you are sadly more likely to see one dead on the side of the road.
I took a two-hour walk through the Shark Valley section of the Everglades, on a hot, sunny, humid April afternoon. The bugs were out in droves with ample reinforcements that easily overwhelmed any and all forms of insect repellent. I encountered dozens of alligators in a variety of sizes ranging from miniscule to extra-large. The baby alligators are pretty ...
... new-fanged rifling, which made their shots very accurate from a mile away. Take a look at the photos. You can see how the shots were working around the cannon hole in the wall, which would have led to another breach. This pattern was not finished because the fort surrendered and the bombardment stopped.
All in all this was a fascinating look at a Civil War era fort that was so well preserved. Enjoy the photos.