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... about 8.30pm. So we took the bus once again out to the viewing area, some five miles across a bay from the launch pad. It was dark but we could see the rocket silhouetted by flood lights. We sat of bleachers with a few hundred other people, listening to interesting commentary from a NASA expert, waiting for the launch window to open and trying not to think about the birds and alligators between us and it. 7.43pm came and went. The night ...
... the Broadway Show. We've seen it twice already, this time wasn't as great. A lot of the storyline was lost because the actors had weak diction plus the sound operator messed up a couple of times. However, the play was very enjoyable and the live music is great. By coincidence, we sat behind our new friends from The Haven and they asked us for our card, which was very nice.
... for the Friday launch and then stayed that night so finding a hotel room was difficult. We ended up at the Motel 6 which was interesting… we couldn’t get into our room as the door handle had been put on upside down but the people were lovely and it was clean and relatively cheap. We headed out for dinner to a restaurant across the road where it turns out it is a popular place. As usual we made friend waiting in line and when ...
... or video except for designated areas, and that we will be informed when that is. The nice lady repeats this caveat several times, and warns that because we are on Federal land the penalty can be up to seizure of the equipment. These guys are not kidding!
The first stop is a missile museum not open to the general public. Our doscent (expert) is an ex-torpedoman on Minuteman submarines, he does not like the Air Force and makes numerous jokes ...
Wow, 12 months have already passed since we celebrated our first American Independence Day here in Fleming Island. This year, we skipped the estate parade and began our celebrations at another Aussie family home for a BBQ, while the kids swam in the pool before heading down the the estate reserve to let of the co-op of fireworks that had been purchased by some of the party goers.
As the night got darker and before torches had to be used to see what was going ...