Day 5 – Sea World

Reagan’s first “surprise” on the trip came today. We told her that since the shuttle launched as scheduled we’ve got a couple days left with nothing planned. W’d get up and just drive around and plore the area. When we got to the intersection of Sea World she saw the sign and read it. (It’sContinue reading “Day 5 – Sea World”

Day 4 – Launch of Atlantis

We woke up with a 70% chance that the shuttle WOULD NOT launch. They did fill the tanks with fuel and continue with the necessary preparations, but the weather wasn’t looking very promising. We kept our hopes up, did our research, found out where the best viewing was in Titusville, and headed out that way.Continue reading “Day 4 – Launch of Atlantis”

Day 3 – Spaced Out

Thank you, Du, for again diming me out in the comment section of the previous post.  Dunkin’ Donuts for breakfast! The day can begin! We left St. Augustine and headed down to Titusville to visit the Kennedy Space Center. Here is the Vehicle Assembly Building from the bridge going to Merritt Island and the KSC.Continue reading “Day 3 – Spaced Out”

Day 2 – New Experiences, Old Friends

First and foremost, thanks to my lovely husband for guest posting in the comment section of the last post. He’s an outstanding guy and always ready to set the record straight, lol.  I forgot to let you know what kind of classy establishment we’re staying in. (Click on any of the pics to see them full size) They have theContinue reading “Day 2 – New Experiences, Old Friends”

Day 1 – We Have One of Those Kids

We all know that even though children may come from the same womb, have the same parents, same looks, same upbringing, etc…they will have different personalities. Flying with Reagan for her first flight (at 8 months) was actually a joy. We were worried at first, but she proved to be a very easygoing passenger. SheContinue reading “Day 1 – We Have One of Those Kids”