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... the wall, I was harnessed up, I put on my protective helmet on, then connected to the pulley system against the based of the wall. I then had to climb to the top, then while holding on with both hands, release my feet from the step, at which point my weight was balanced and I could move freely down and up the wall. You could let go of the climbing bars completely for a few seconds in order to ascend the wall in what felt like weightlessness. There you have it, ...
... fun! A guy from New Jersey won. Then we dragged the boys out of their room to go watch more people make good natured fools of themselves in 60 Seconds or Less. Guests volunteered to play four different games against each other, such as knocking down water bottles with balls in a pair of nylons stuck over your head and transferring cotton balls from one bowl to another using nothing but Vaseline on the end of your nose. Ridiculous fun. Tomorrow should be a relaxing day at ...
... this exibit. There's so much information & lots of hands on stuff, simulators & even a launch ride! This is such a great place to bring kids to inspire them! I would choose this place over Disney any day!
Our very own Canadarm was there - technically called the Shuttle Remote Manipulator (SRMS). A series of robotic arms used to manoeuvre & handle cargo, retrieve, repair ...
... wetlands and drier uplands supporting a mixed or coniferous forest." Now I know why they call the campground Manatee Hammock!
We drove through the salt & fresh water marshes & spotted 2 alligators that looked like they were having a nap. As I crept closer for a better photo for you guys, a fellow warned me not to get too close!!
... or video except for designated areas, and that we will be informed when that is. The nice lady repeats this caveat several times, and warns that because we are on Federal land the penalty can be up to seizure of the equipment. These guys are not kidding!
The first stop is a missile museum not open to the general public. Our doscent (expert) is an ex-torpedoman on Minuteman submarines, he does not like the Air Force and makes numerous jokes ...