Sea View Resort Motel
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... ballcap, same dermal anamoly. Either that, or the KSC cross training program is thorough!
We depart the LCC and drive down the road that runs adjacent to the crawler pathways and towards the famous launch complexes 39A & 39B. Sadly, although we come tantalizingly close, we don't actually go to the launch pads. That would have been a thrill of a lifetime. Instead we go to the automated tracking camera location about a mile away. This position was not manned for ...
... coast from Ft. Lauderdale to join us for the weekend. It was a real treat to have them aboard in this area where John and Tom's folks had lived for several years in the 80s and 90s. We reminisced about the good times we had with them here and visited some of our old haunts while Tom and Molly were with us.
Over the weekend, we moved the boat from Cocoa Village Marina to Ocean Club Marina near Port Canaveral. We are currently ...
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 ...
... but then you step into a building that houses an real Saturn V rocket, they have separated each part so you see each rocket, this is massive and hard to appreciate how hard it would have been to get this much weight into space. To give you an example every 1 pound of weight required 100 pounds of fuel to get it into orbit the Saturn weighs 6.2 million pounds. It was a great day and we finished it off with a shuttle launch experience, which is a simulator ...
... Should I say we had the shot of the day every night also...some of them were a little tough but we made it!!!! Well, we are down to the last day...boy the week flew by...really windy and cool for our last sea day. Worst night sleep I ever had on a ship boy was it rocking. Don't think I would ever last during a ...