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... lucky you might spot a Florida panther, but you are sadly more likely to see one dead on the side of the road.
I took a two-hour walk through the Shark Valley section of the Everglades, on a hot, sunny, humid April afternoon. The bugs were out in droves with ample reinforcements that easily overwhelmed any and all forms of insect repellent. I encountered dozens of alligators in a variety of sizes ranging from miniscule to extra-large. The baby alligators are pretty ...
... good. We skipped the desserts at first but went back through the line as if we were still in cruise eating mode.
After lunch we hopped over to The Magic Kingdom for the afternoon and spent a good deal of time in New Fantasyland. We got caught in a huge thunder storm and took refuge in a shop where we did some shopping and shipped a bunch of stuff home.
After the storm subsided we made our way over ...
... made a garden around the flag pole in Ginny's yard. Enjoyed the beautiful weather. Mercedes called, it's just a loose wire, van is fixed. Take Ginny out for an early dinner as thanks for her wonderful hospitality. She gave us her room and fixed many yummy things to eat and went with the ebb and flow of a visit that was colored by Gary being sick, Maddie being sick, the van being sick. She is a remarkable lady and our stay was a nice end to our first week on the ...
... the verge reading “low trees, headroom 8’6” ahead”. Gaby needs 10’6”; a closely avoided ooops.
Dens backs up – somewhat irritating the locals – and we turn left, the only other option. There it is again that pesky sign. Dens now has to u-turn in the middle of a country intersection. We give David a jolly wave as we whirl past, northwards.
As we approach, the huge “rocket ...
... to force rocket into space. Upon take off around 300,000 gallons of water are pumped into the huge flame trenches that have been created under the launch pad, this is where the steam comes from when you see the rocket set off, actually it is needed as a sound suppression system which cushions the intense reaction, otherwise the force of the reaction would damage the shuttle on takeoff.
Finally we took a look at the landing zone which is a specially ...