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Maggie is writing this blog, as Andy has sailed of from Melbourne Fl with his Cape Dory friend Mike Ritenour from New York. Mike's boat SV La Vida was in Keys and he dropped crew off in Melbourne. Andy will crew to Oriental with Mike to his slip at SHYC where La Vida willq tie up for a couple months. We drove over to Melbourne meet the skipper Mike & take crew to airport. I know Andy and Mike will have a great time together. Mike has ...
... but they showed a DVD about the Shuttle runway and showed an eagles nest that weighs about 300kg.
Then the space shuttle experience. They lead you from room to room (most of the exhibits do) and in each they give some information or show a DVD. Our driver had told us in the second room to stand well back towards the centre. The presentation covered 3 walls and the ceiling. The 90% who had crowded to the front only ...
... there were myriad beautiful and unique tropical plants from around the world (shocking, in a botanical garden!). From Miami I drove through Everglades National Park across the state and up to Tampa, which is on the opposite (Gulf) coast. I had never been to the Everglades before, so I stopped along the way to check it out. The Everglades abound with wildlife, most famously the American alligator, as well as a plethora of bird life, freshwater fish, turtles, and snakes. ...
... transporter that takes the assembled space craft to their launch pad. The journey to the launch pad can take up to 8 hours, along the gravel crawler runway at 1 mile per hour.
We headed next to the Saturn V experience. This massive rocket was used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs from 1967 until 1973. It remains the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket ever made operational and still holds the record for ...
... of laughter, good to see her. Day five....pack up to head to Gary's Mom's house in Florida, but first a nice walk through a live oak forest dripping with Spanish moss. Eerie and beautiful. Decided we needed to call Maddie's vet. She suspects panic attacks, which can happen in older dogs. Definitely not on the itinerary. Calling in a prescription for anti-anxiety meds. I wonder who should take them, Maddie or us. Get to Mom's house, start Maddie on meds, ...