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... individual who is a credit to veterinary medicine as a profession.
In addition to storing a shotgun in his truck, the ranch manager (James) also has a giant plasticized alligator head on his desk, a variety of trophy mounts on the walls in his office, a very large shiny belt buckle to hold up his wrangler blue jeans, and fresh pack of chewing tobacco within reach at all times. If there was ever a redneck stereotype, this guy could apply to be the poster child. He ...
... as a kind of sneak peak to test the operation. That's it I've wet myself again, I practically carried Anna off the bus running we ain't going to miss this, we enter a room with a great big video wall, on comes a short film about the shuttle programme over the years and how great the Americans are, then the lights dim the screen raises and there in front of you suspended in mid air is the space shuttle Atlantis, breathtaking, if Carlsberg did museums. please ...
... br> Novak - enjoyed spending time singing with you
Karen & Frank - Thanks again for all you do!
To my bed mates/room mates - it was FUN - Allison, Cecile, Nicole, Grace & Angela
Considering there were 10 of us women sharing a bathroom - I think we all managed very well.
We/BCD Travel are providing education/jobs - a future - we need to keep the spirit of it all going. During summer camp we ...
Not sure where we were when the Endeavor shuttle was originally suppose to launch but we were far enough that we wouldn't be able to see history in the making firsthand. We were closer when they aborted the 2nd planned launch. Then when we knew we could make it for the 3rd attempt, we bee lined it for Cape Canaveral.
When we got in the area, we didn't have much of a plan. (We are getting more and more relaxed where planning is concerned. Planning a vacation for ...
... and proceed to the moon! The gas mileage was pretty lousy. 15 tons per second. Worse than a Ford. This was in the late '60's!
I felt like an astronaut, a train engineer, and a fireman all wrapped up in one! I was mostly 13 years old all day. When I walked into the room that housed the Saturn V ship, it took my breath away. I immediately felt like a rough combination of Yoda, Chubaka, Hans Solo, Indiana Jones, and bit of Princess Leah! ...
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