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When I look at our pictures we took whilst in Haiti - I again relive the experience. There are certain pictures that make me laugh, smile and shed a tear.
I met a wonderful group of co-workers with I will forever remember - and shared and experience I wish to continue and do again and again.
What a lesson for me - I came home - watching how much I put on my ...
... they had a rocket there during the tour.
Before we left we rode the Shuttle Launch simulation ride which simulated an actual launch into space. This was amazing and it will definately be the closest I will ever get to going into space. I felt like I was in the movie Space Camp hehe.
We ended the night with a walk along the boardwalk at night and then pizzas and a swim in the pool. This is the life. ...
... little before noon. Cory and I had checked in on-line and since we have sailed 5 times we were considered gold members. That made for an easy check in. We didn't realize that the room we were in was concierge level. As the boys checked in they were told by the desk clerk. Cool. We didn't know if that meant we could do first boarding and since it had been a complimentary upgrade we waited 15 ...
I took some pictures of birds (Pelicans and Ofsprey along the ICW, a boat aground, but not abandoned) Not very many boats today. We passed a couple of sailboats going South and only one going Northbound with us. We anchored off the wharf by the library just above the bridge at Eau Gallie (Melbourne) and I saw a dolphin swimming ...
... the stripes are 9 feet wide.
One of the launch pads
Apollo 11. the last manned space mission to the Moon, took off from Kennedy on July 16, 1969 and landed on July 20th.
A model of the Space shuttle.
So what's going on these days up in space?
I have to say that before I went to Kennedy ...
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