Ramada Inn Cullman
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4:30am comes awfully early, but we're excited to be underway! Even the kids are excited, and with teenagers, that never happens! It was pretty strange leaving the house this morning, knowing that we wouldn't be back for almost a month. We shut-off the water to almost everything, unplugged the electronics, and hid our super secret stash of priceless Van Gogh paintings. Here's hoping everything is ...
... you might expect (photo 2).
And now - we sleep, or at least try to. After 15 months of planning, the trip is now 7 hours away. I've checked on the passports about 9 times in the past hour. There's nothing left to check off the to-do list, nothing more to pack, nothing else to plan or research. Here's hoping it all goes off the way we imagined it!
... that the engine was once again covered in oil. When the oil light came on a few minutes down the road we came to the realisation that the issue was more serious than we thought.
After visiting multiple mechanics in the area surrounding Chattanooga we eventually found someone that could help us. Hughie at Xpress Towing soon became our saviour. We somehow managed to find a replacement engine in ...
The start of our trip.
Departure from Huntsville toward Chicago. Got an all day lay over in Chicago because there is only one flght to Chicago from Huntsville.
All went well other than the American Airlines agent had to physically complete the baggage connection between Paris and Malta. This meant that he had to hand write the ultimate destination. I don' think he has ever heard of Malta.
Onward and ...
... our wings! We also received another pin for the most successful mission; although my husband & son were killed in space, we still managed to open & close the payload doors, take off & land successfully & of course have the best Darth Vader impersonations over the speakers prior to Jordan dying in space. After graduation we did the Apache Helicopter & the Mars Mission simulators before sneaking ...