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From the display pavilion we went to a launch simulator. As you climb this switchbacked ramp up many levels there are constant reminders about small objects, and video cameras and how you need to put them in lockers, behind and below you! I fit my small HD handicam into my pocket, and slip through security, which is a disinterested young lady that looks like she could work for Delta! Luckily no yelling, at least not yet!
We all get ...
... of all of this:
- the car needs a bath
- the dog needs a bath
- Steve and I both need a hair cut
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... of the zoo was the giraffe display. Humans take a winding path up to the enclosure and the giraffes are at eye level. We bought sweet potatoes to feed them and we actually had their black tongues linking our hands for more…what a treat! I bought Zander a stuffed giraffe that is bigger than he is. Of course, Makana pouted all the way out of the zoo saying, "You never bought me a stuffed animal at the zoo. ...
We landed in Florida just before Alicia's birthday. We went to Sea World for her birthday and we saw some killer whales in a brilliant show. They splashed everyone by waving their tails and doing belly flops. Me and mummy went on the roller coasters and got tossed upside down which was awesome. Next day we went to the Kennedy Space Centre and saw where the rockets get launched and where the crawler lives which transported the space shuttle from ...
... 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 ...