Residence Inn Melbourne
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... 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. ...
... We were amazed! They were soft and fluffy.
At the Kennedy Space Center we saw rockets that are bigger than a giraffe and elephant combined. It was truly amazing. We could stand there forever. Which we pretty much did. I have a notebook that I use to sketch a lot of pictures and write notes. I drew pictures of everything I saw. I also went in a capsule and I learned that two statues ...
... said "What are you doing?"
l said "l'm fixing up this banjo so l can play it."
l couldn't even hold it,it was too big
l don't know why l wanted to play it, l just did.
l started on the mandolin until l was big enough for the banjo which was when l was about 13.
Guess what? l became a banjo player!
My family went on a world cruise, 3 months on a ship.
While on the ship l did some ship concerts.
In those ...
... 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, ...
... From the opposite angle, the Atlantic Ocean, people on boats were able to see it move past the clouds and out towards Earth's atmosphere. Then as we sat there, we felt the rumble and heard the goodbye of a successful launch. AWESOME!
That was the final launch for the Endeavor and the second to last gov't shuttle launch. We are going to try and come back to the Kennedy Space Center to see the Atlantis getting prepped for the very last lunch! To be continued in ...