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DAY 29 ..... Tuesday, June 17th ..... In Transit
DAY 30 ..... Wednesday, June 18th ..... Melbourne Beach
Yesterday we were up early and made the 220+ mile road trip from Edna's to London's Gatwick Airport.
Then after enjoying the lounge it was up, up and away on BA2039 back to Orlando. An enjoyable flight 'up front' but it was strange to look over to Andy and see him facing 'backwards'.
It was our first arriving back in the US ...
... literally crawl over about 20 people to reach my seat. In the end I discovered I was in the wrong row, and I had to climb over the back of the seats to get to Mari. I placed my foot onto a seat bottom and planned to step right over the back; the seat bottom folded up (because that’s what they do) and catapulted me backward into the next row and into Mari’s lap. Miraculously, I didn’t spill a drop of either of our drinks, although the ensuing bruises on my legs ...
... driving too fast in the rain. Yes, I said rain. All day long my head was in Florida, anxious for some long-needed sunshine. But it was not to be. The weather brought us a lot of rain. Fortunately we were not one of the casualties.
So, this odyssey is completed. We were gone for 30 days. It took us across the country to 25 states and Canada. Steve drove the entire way…10,000 miles (he should be very proud). We stayed ...
... their eggs. No lights are allowed as this disorients the turtles, and the turtles will go back in the ocean. We look for trails. I noticed a dark object moving very slowly out of the ocean and up onto the beach. It takes about an hour for the turtles to lay their eggs. The turtle lays some eggs, covers the eggs with sand, lays eggs, covers with sands, and continues this process until done.