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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 ...
Our two night stay at Embassy Suites prior to the cruise was very nice. (We took a day to tour Sea World: separate blog). You can't beat the value--two-hour free Manager's Happy Hour in the evening and a hot breakfast buffet with made to order omelets. One cook, named Pee Wee, was especially nice and had a bright and sunny disposition for an early morning gig! We paid $110 a night (including taxes) and took advantage of two happy hours and ...
... sense of humor. He said he will take good care of us throughout our cruise.
Muster was at 3:45 pm for the lifeboat drill. We had to meet at Station 6 and that was like a zoo. We got the scoop and were dismissed post haste. Time to check out the ship. Notice I have progressed from calling it a boat to a ship.
We saw Mike and Dee Dee and visited a bit and then went to the Pool Deck. That is a hopping place. The activities directors ...
... 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 ...
... times the distance from the Earth to the Moon. She cost $196 billion. THEN the screen becomes see through and there she is In all her glory - 80 tons, 37.2m long, 17.2 m high with a wing span of 23.7 m. Complete with digs and dents from being hit by space debris. At noon we embarked on the Mega bus tour of the actual launch facilities, maintenance areas etc, all the structures are enormous and well worth seeing and hearing about. We even saw an alligator sunning ...