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I forgot we were going to Crater Lake until I was typing up the itinerary and saw we were going there on July 4th, and of course every single accommodation was booked, but I managed to get us an accommodation at a KOA that's maybe 40 minutes from Crater Lake.
We've bought our tent, sleeping bags, a camping table, cots,and camping chairs, that may end up staying at home, on our ...
This is the basic plan (left out the small campgrounds and stuff) and for people who asked about sending me packages on the way I put **s next to the ones where I'm picking up my re-supplies, and there's a picture of a sample address attached to this entry:). 6/2- start in Banff, AB 6/14- Elkford, AB 6/16- Eureka, MT 6/21- Ovando, MT 6/24- ...
We had planned to get up and go out today and do a bunch of stuff on our City Passes. However, we (or mainly I…) overslept so we didn't get out till close to midday. Sometimes it's nice to just doze though, I regret nothing!
Over the last couple of days we have been listening to the radio, noting that only six songs seems to play over and over and over no matter what pop station you're on. Then yesterday we had the Broadway radio on, so ...
... but if you can swallow that, the movie is fast-moving and entertaining, and Tom Cruise (not a favorite of mine) is pretty good. My major complaint is that this movie follows the trend of keeping a lot of scenes in the dark. I don't know what the objection is to sufficient lighting, but I find it difficult to follow the action when it happens in mostly-darkness.
Tomorrow: NASA and then the Houston Astros game.
... off to the first of two stops on our tour. The first was the huge building that houses a mock up off the International Space Station. It contains life-size copies of each of the modules (not connected) built by the various countries involved, allowing the astronauts to train and familiarise themselves with the ISS. We saw the Six Degrees of Freedom rig which is an enormous frame designed to suspend spacecraft mock-ups where the astronauts learn how to ...