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... Canaveral is inundated with alligators; the average astronaut in the 60s was 35, had 1 wife, 2 kids and 1 Corvette. And some of the iconic images of my childhood - the faces of those looking skyward crumpling as the Challenger exploded - come flooding back when you stand there. It was pretty amazing. I was going to leave this there and cover Miami in my next (and probably last unless I get really bored at LAX) blog but have to say, for ...
... I've had about 35 hours sleep while I was there on average 5 hours a night.
I've met some really really amazing people, These guys made my trip Epic, Mike, Mariela, Sofia, Kristjian, Michel, Lori, Lisa, the guys from Scotland & Portsmouth, Eric the American dude, the Aussie dude Gerlad, the 2 aussie chicks, Smion and another 3 girls from Argentina.
There were more people I met at the hostel too, the hostel was full of Swedish girls over ...
... and achieve--- as demonstrated by this next work by H. Norman Wright.
Thank you Norman.
To laugh is to appear the fool
To weep is to risk appearing sentimental.
To reach out for another is to risk involvement
To expose feelings is to risk exposing your true self.
To place your ideas, your dreams, before the crowd is to risk their loss.
To love is to risk not ...
... coming thru!
Now can you imagine what this would look like if it was intensified 10x’s after you added a little something that creates a distortion?
THE RING GAME, 1980
Around the Era of The Land and our newly constructed split level stilt home construction, I returned one season after fishing in the Bahamas.
It was the Island of Bimini that I had spent most of my time after hours at the bar “The Complete Angler” ...
... with Jim on the Queen B, but there comes into view a few more instances with my experiences with Jim that merit recording.
Recognize that Jim rarely ever anchored to fish but on this day however, I am pulling the anchor on the bow just after I tossed a few of our remaining live baits over board.
Standing on the bow of this boat I am about 15 ft above the water when suddenly a larger Kingfish skyrockets one of our live baits reaching my eye level about 5ft. ...