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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 ...
... for peaceful cooperation may never come again... 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, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win...” John F. Kennedy, 9/12/1962
Enjoy the Ride!
... in the Apollo/Saturn V Center, where bleachers were set up for rocket launch viewing. A fellow had a telescope set up, so that we could see the rocket on the launch pad clearly. Then the storm clouds moved in, and once the lightning started we were ordered off the bleachers and into the building for safety - just 10 minutes before the scheduled launch. This area in Florida is called the lightning capital. We were certain that the mission ...
... 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 ...
... takes a fraction of the cost). But apparently the seas around GSC, in the Bahamas’ Berry Islands group, are often choppy and I’ve learned the stop often must be canceled due to poor sea conditions. Mega bummer.
Showered, then Mike and I sat down to dinner at Teppenyaki at 7:20. Teppenyaki, which we have done twice on the Norwegian Pearl, is a Japanese restaurant where you sit at stations of eight people and a chef cooks all your ...