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... that will be the last taxi I need for awhile, I will handle my own transportation requirements from now on.
I go into the service department and see my new best friend Hewell who has put on a new rear tire for me. If you may recall the steel belts were showing through on the one I rode in on. His mechanic also noticed my rear brake pads were almost at the squealers so he put a fresh set in. It was a good time to do that as the wheel was already ...
This morning we drove to Cape Canaveral and visited the Kennedy Space Centre, which is where most of the famous rockets have been launched.
Some of the highlights were:
1. Space Shuttle Atlantis (The first space shuttle with 33 successful missions to space)
2. Apolo Saturn V Centre (Holds Saturn V, the rocket that ...
... br> So I just took it easy today, updated the blog, read my book which I'd brought over with me but this was the first time I'd opened it up, went to the beach after lunch and swam and enjoyed the sunshine.
Went back to the condo and made myself some happy hour, sitting on the balcony once again enjoying the view and the rabbit made an appearance again. Gav got home at about 7pm and joined me for happy ...
... I'm in the pool.
We are up at the crack of dawn as I want to beat the rush into NASA and its already bloody hot, unfortunately as we check out Chuck is nowhere to be seen, shame. We arrive at NASA and I think I need to give Anna a pep talk as she doesn't seem quite as enthusiastic as myself, I realise that it's not the fact we are here but the fact she is not a morning person so I promise not to speak to her for the next 2 hours.
I have wanted to go visit the World's largest Ron Jon Surf Shop that is open 24 hours, so I rode the Harley Davidson down to Cocoa Beach, Fl from Palm Coast, Fl this morning. I took some pictures and bought some shirts and other merchandise from the store to take or ship back home. Cape Canaveral is nearby. I saw two huge cruise ships in port waiting to set sail. The ships are so big that you do not appreciate the size until you are close to ...