Hampton Inn Melbourne
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... were playing bluegrass. One afternoon Mari and Jon’s dogs tried to murder an opossum (the only species of marsupial in North America) that had inadvertently strayed into the backyard. Jon (who is a police officer) had to shoot the poor thing to put it out of its misery. At least we didn’t serve it up for dinner.
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... experiences that the designers had been through even though as preparation for their missions required runs in basic simulators! The simulator was AMAZING. It turns you a full 90 degrees so you're on your back. Getting shot up into "space" felt so (cue cheesy pun) out of this world... :) I really enjoyed the space centre and feel a lot of gratitude towards those brave few that study the wonders of our ...
... school and Orphanage there was huffing and puffing and I was glad I wasn't alone in that... The work that was completed at the school; in just the few days we were there was remarkable - the workers were hand carrying concrete blocks up the stairs - a few in the group pitched in to take a few blocks up to the 2nd floor - it was HOT and HARD work. By the time we had left they had blocked in 1/2 of the 2nd floor classrooms - amazing to me.
March 28 - by Emma
Today when I woke up today the RV was moving. We were on our way to Canaveral National Seashore. When we got there we went to the Ranger station to get our Junior Ranger books, but ...
... Refuge; a 220 square mile piece of land only 10% of which is used by NASA for various space programmes. The rest is now a highly protected area run by the Department for the Interior and also is home to hundreds of sub tropical animal species, some of which are endangered. The weather was amazing for this time of the year which made the final part of the drive even more enjoyable. In the distance we saw the huge NASA Vehicle Assembly Building whilst next to us ...