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... in Germany and aimed at our friends in the USSR. It was a short-range destruction delivery device. It was the most reliable of any U.S. ballistic missile at the time. Nuclear warhead, human being - a payload is a payload right?
The problem was that the standard military Redstone lacked sufficient thrust to lift the one-man Mercury capsule into the ballistic sub-orbital trajectory needed for the project. So some geniuses modified Redstone by adding longer fuel ...
... Mirabell and she is sooooo cute. She has the most beautiful eyes, just like Rebecca. She is certainly a fun addition to the family.
Time for bed. Tomorrow we are docking in Nassau. There will be time to visit the Atlantis Hotel & Casino and do some straw market shopping. Did I say shopping???? We all know that Missy will be doing some serious shopping. See you at the market....
Stay tuned for the second installment of "The Gilbert Family ...
... to the deck (some of our group disappeared to their rooms). It was exhilarating! The wind was blowing so hard, you could barely stand straight. We raced around the track and stood up on the balcony (dangerously) and absorbed the fresh ocean air... until we got kicked off... he was being a crazy man and trying to kill himself... not really but it would have been really bad if he fell.
Afterwards we went back to their room to play cards ...
... where we spent the night at another Holiday Inn; this one was up the street from Weeki Wachee.
Wednesday, July 31st:
It was our first visit to Weeki Wachee (http://www.weekiwachee.com/), which was small and quaint. The highlight is the mermaids underwater show that was nice. The kids also got to see a wild animal information show and got to hold an alligator, which they liked. We spent about ...
On Monday, we headed south to West Palm Beach, but made a stop in Cape Canaveral to see the Kennedy Space Center. I had never been there before, and the last time Gabe was there he was 6, and was the day before the Challenger blew up - wow! Unfortunately, we did not make it on a day that they had a scheduled launch, but we found plenty of other exciting attractions.
First we walked through the Exploration Space exhibit were we saw life ...