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... and has a lot of wildlife which NASA protects. We saw herons (or were they egrets?), bald eagles and a couple of alligators lurking in the water. There are also wild boar which we didn't see - just lots of evidence of them as they go around digging up large areas of land.
We were on an organised tour which included the Visitor Centre and a 2hr bus tour around the launching pads. It was ...
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This is the trip where I encountered the famous words from John F Kennedy, which landed in my profile as my most favorite quote: We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard".
Nice-sounding words, if you're, in particular, searching for quotes that will move or motivate you.
And they even sound more inspiring once you set foot on the spacious ...
... nor Captain Stubing. Maybe we aren't on the Love Boat after all. Maybe next time we sail it will be on the Love Boat.
Okay, lunch is over and it is time to find our rooms. We have a balcony suite because I have that claustrophobia thing. I know, you are surprised....NOT.. Charles asked Bob if he brought his snorkel, cause seems his room is below water. Very funny... We met our Cabin Boy and his name is Anectio Sanchez. He is a very nice guy and has ...
... via London Gatwick) as a prelude to our Baltic Cruise.
In just fourteen days, on that cruise, we will have visited eight countries and then we fly to England to 'relax' before returning home .... and immediately heading West to Idaho.
... times the distance from the Earth to the Moon. She cost $196 billion. THEN the screen becomes see through and there she is In all her glory - 80 tons, 37.2m long, 17.2 m high with a wing span of 23.7 m. Complete with digs and dents from being hit by space debris. At noon we embarked on the Mega bus tour of the actual launch facilities, maintenance areas etc, all the structures are enormous and well worth seeing and hearing about. We even saw an alligator sunning ...