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Weather is a broken record, cloudy with a threat of rain. About an 80% threat of rain this afternoon. So we made plans for the morning.
First, we go downtown to Bayou Bend Collections and Gardens. It was the home of the daughter and sons of the first Texas native governor. His last name was Hogg. The sons were Michael, William, and James. The daughter was given a family name, Ima. Our guide on the tour ...
... a ride by buildings with the
guide telling us what went on in each building. We went into one building however where there were modules and training facilities, but there was nothing going on that we could see. A pretty quiet day at the training lab. One interesting thing was a Soyuz capsule and a Zarys module which are used to go back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS) now that ...
... to the ocean off the southeastern tip, as well as to see the change in shift begin.
Since Mission Control must be manned 24/7, there are three shifts--"orbits"--a day. When the changeover happens, the relief comes on and sits for an hour with the person he or she is replacing to get brought up to speed on what has been going on over the last eight hours. There are a good many stations in the control room--each with a ...
... salt icecream cones which included soft pretzels of all things, mixed into the creamy goodness.
We then rolled home and it was pretty much time to hit the hay.
Not the best night's sleep as the jet lag was playing havoc with everyone's body clocks and Morgan announced at 3am ... "I'm not tired any more. Can you get up and play with me?" He then climbed into our bed, thrashed around for an hour and eventually went back to sleep.
... a little too 'Hicksville' so we carried on to Santa Fe then to Albuquerque in New Mexico.
I read an article a few weeks ago about a remarkable young man and his story about defying odds. It's not often that you meet someone after reading their story. With that, we drove to Albuquerque to hear Tim tell us his story.
Tim is the same age as me but was born with Down syndrome. In the last 27 years he has accomplished so much, from winning dozens of gold ...