Budget Inn Melbourne
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... gave it a miss.
Our last hotel is a Super 8 (hurrah) and our whole riding group will be going out for dinner tonight.
Tomorrow we have a short ride (170 miles) back to where we had started 38 days and nearly 14000 miles ago.
I will update the blog with this final day and give you a few of my reflections on the trip.
The weather today is scorching with ...
... and saw just how massive these rockets, shuttles etcetera really are. Just the equipment to move these things from one place to another were massive and the building where the rockets were built and housed was huge. At 525-foot-tall the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), where the Apollo rockets and space shuttles were assembled made you feel extraordinarily small. It is one of the largest buildings in the world and being single storied makes it even more unique. ...
... were playing bluegrass. One afternoon Mari and Jon’s dogs tried to murder an opossum (the only species of marsupial in North America) that had inadvertently strayed into the backyard. Jon (who is a police officer) had to shoot the poor thing to put it out of its misery. At least we didn’t serve it up for dinner.
Moving right along. Without divulging too much information, I will briefly tell you about a place called Rum Creek Ranch, formerly called ...
... simulator of a rocket taking off, that was pretty cool, it felt solo real!! Then we drove into coco beach at about 3, oh and it's thanks giving!! So we had some time in coco beach before dinner tonight so I just went for a walk alone the beach and through the town a bit. Then we went to this place for dinner and it was a traditional turkey ...
... school and Orphanage there was huffing and puffing and I was glad I wasn't alone in that... The work that was completed at the school; in just the few days we were there was remarkable - the workers were hand carrying concrete blocks up the stairs - a few in the group pitched in to take a few blocks up to the 2nd floor - it was HOT and HARD work. By the time we had left they had blocked in 1/2 of the 2nd floor classrooms - amazing to me.