Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Palm Bay
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... that can be compared to nothing else.
Although we had many airspace restrictions over the Cape and KSC we were still able to see many sites that I saw from the ground, from the air. As I was using my HD camera, that footage will fit nicely with my ground footage in an upcoming update.
The flight was about 30 minutes and over all too soon. When we returned to the airfield, we landed on a grass strip and used maybe 250' of ...
... ballcap, same dermal anamoly. Either that, or the KSC cross training program is thorough!
We depart the LCC and drive down the road that runs adjacent to the crawler pathways and towards the famous launch complexes 39A & 39B. Sadly, although we come tantalizingly close, we don't actually go to the launch pads. That would have been a thrill of a lifetime. Instead we go to the automated tracking camera location about a mile away. This position was not manned for ...
... ones and made a mouse out of a napkin and was playing with the kids showing them how the mouse would move. He left the "napkin mouse" with King Charles and Jake. The kids enjoyed that. Charles read a letter from Sister and as you can imagine, some of it was really funny. She is not abdicating her spot as "Boss"' however.
After dinner, we went back to the room to get Charles phone as mine went caput on me. You know how stressful that ...
... and then progress to a spectacular movie about the space shuttle launch - great surround sound, plenty of smoke and haze as you experience what you believe has to be the next best thing to being there. At the end of the launch movie they restate what a magnificent shuttle she was and remind you that when she came back from her last and 33rd mission in July 2011 she had orbited the Earth 4,848 times, traveling nearly 126,000,000 mi (203,000,000 km) in space or more ...
... So after a while taping my inner tube, i found out it had multiple holes, so i had to replace the inner tube. I had to take the wheel off for the first time but it went well. I sweated so much handymanning there under the full sun, no shadow around to cool off. After replacing it i continued the route and the second part was succesfull. I passed a town called Sebastian "home of pelican island" it was fun and ironical to ...