Fawlty Towers Resort Motel
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... before I came down. Then I bump into someone else I who. Funnily enough he was next to me yesterday at our meeting. This is getting weird!
During the 6:30 local news the weather girl informs the community that it is already 80 degrees F. At 9 am it feels like its hotter than yesterday. Maybe it's because it is more humid. My friend Jeff from Buffalo NY finds it hard cope with this weather. He explains that in Buffalo, the temperature is generally ...
... to 2011. The crawler-transporters carry vehicles on the Mobile Launcher Platform, and after each launch return to the pad to take the platform back to the VAB.
The Saturn V was an American human-rated expendable rocket used by NASA between 1966 and 1973. The three-stage liquid-fueled launch vehicle was developed to support the Apollo program for human exploration of the Moon, and was later used to launch Skylab, the first American space station. The Saturn V ...
... I head for the Tiki bar for some lunch. It's a nice day so I'm sipping on a cold one. I order a funky salad which has Gorgonzola, Walnuts, and cranberries amongst other things. I doesn't arrive so I ask of it's whereabouts. Realisation sinks in that it's been forgotten and it's then in front of me in record quick time. I'm offered an apology and told that I won't be charged. Wow! It was delicious by the ...
... with the shuttle; support equipment, CanadArm, landing gear, etc. These get a cursory once over, but the shuttle dominates the space and dominates my attention. The rocket nozzles on the back end are most impressive. I recently read an article about the development of these engines, and the various technical challenges the designers had to overcome were amazing. They had so many failures it is astounding they had the tenacity to carry on. In the end they exceed the ...
... 1 turn really and I am back up to speed headed southbound in no time. I have driven in hot and humid before, but this time it is extreme! Want to share an interactive experience? try this at home:
- set the thermostat to 100 degrees farenheit
- put on a couple of sweaters, or a leather jacket that weighs 20 lbs
- put on some long johns, unless you have some chaps from your cowboy phase
- put an unbalanced load in the dryer and ...