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... showing all the groups that had taken the trip up to space, there wasn't much else to see in the museum after that so we went and a photo with the rocket that toured America on top of a jumbo plane because it has retired from it's space journeys and I don't know if it's historical because it carried Apollo 11 and 13 missions as the attraction wasn't open until 2015. We managed to get the 2pm bus back instead of waiting another hour to head back. We went and chilled by the ...
... it, finally, to the airport and then found a Mexican restaurant for a quick meal, before heading to CYC at North Houston.
This was the beginning of a special study weekend by Neville Clarke. The CYC class was on Theistic Evolution - giving some Biblical arguments against the theory and it was interesting to get our heads around some of the ideas floating around.
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Okay, so maybe we won't be wandering in the desert for 40 years (hopefully), but it feels almost Biblical as we start our own adventure. Holly and I are on the flight to Houston, where we will catch a flight to Buenos Aires. We said our (slightly tearful) goodbye to her mother as we entered the airbridge for the first of many flights over the next 9 months. The anxiety I ...