Apollo Inn Motel
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Miles driven today: 193 Driving time today: 2 hrs 56 mins Total distance driven: 193 miles We got as far as Cocoa before we decided to call it a night. This gives us a head start on tomorrow's longer drive to Charleston, which is a bonus as we were not sure when we would get away today. We wanted one night of our trip in a traditional motel, and …
... with a packed chute and installed engine – just to be safe.
Revealing my “leadership” skills and motivated by a desire to share this newly discovered hobby with others and participate in competitions, I formed the club called the “Rockville Rocketeers” when I was about 13 years old. I registered the club with the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) and arranged with the local library to have a meeting room once a month for ...
... never forget Kalvin standing there waving at me, genuine concern about my well being etched on his face, his single tooth standing resolutely like an icon to our friendship.
I have been so delayed by these shena****ns that I am in danger of missing my bus, I sprint to the end of the line and am the last person to board. The tour guide asks all the passengers for our country of origin and when I say Canada he makes some ignorant remark about snow and igloos, but ...
We have been traveling quite a bit these past few weeks, moving from marina to marina. We have elected to cruise the ICW because, simply put, the waters tend to be less threatening (although one cannot say the same thing about the boaters traveling this narrow channel). Also, while the Outside water is more pristine, the ICW offers spice and variety. There is surely more to see in terms of scenery. That said, our first stop after leaving Fort Lauderdale was North Palm ...
... too fast, took a spill, and scraped up my knee pretty badly. Was happy to have been wearing a helmet.
I celebrated my one year retirement anniversary on March 3. It has gone by so fast, and I don't even feel old yet. Actually, since retirement, I have feel younger.
I'll be moving tomorrow (Monday) to a campground (don't know which one yet) that will be my base of operations while I explore Kennedy Space Center.