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... presentation & heard how the capsule will evolve to carry crews to space & provide all the essentials to live for an extended time. If you want to see more click on this you tube link - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KyZqSWWKm HQ
We were up at 6:15am bright eyed ...
... were adopted & the story of getting the call & coming down from Ohio to Florida. They were so happy & we were happy to meet such a lovely couple & their new family Elsa & Elliot. I asked the same question in the campground & the couple in that case were getting married that day! Isn't that great! You meet so many interesting people, all with their own stories to tell if we just take the time to stop & chat!!
... men who guided us between high stone walls down the slippery, worn road. Apparently the men of Madeira have been putting people (mostly tourists, I’m sure) into these wicker baskets and sliding them down the town streets for over a hundred years now. We picked up some speed on the way down, but the sled runners seemed well in control of the
flimsy basket sleds. We made it down the hill in one piece and celebrated with a beer at the café. ...
... a small number of member pilots to over 40 aircraft participating each year.The AirShow this year was their 37th consecutive event. In addition to a daily three hour aerial performance this family entertainment encompasses military and civilian aircraft static displays, military re-enactors and firepower ...
... with so little technology. The older of us have probably seen or used these antiquated computers and remember TVs that had vacuum tubes.
Visiting the bunker was like going back in time.
Sorry for the quality of the pictures. I'm not sure why they are blurry.
We passed through a wildlife preserve and saw alligators, armadillos, bald eagle and nest, and several egret type birds. Also saw the destruction the wild pig population ...