I’ve got into the habit of trying to tie the photo theme challenges from Where’s My Backpack? and The Daily Post into a single post, but this week I’m drawing a blank. I just couldn’t find a strong enough travel-related … Continue reading
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Jaspa: There’s been a definite space theme to the last couple of days. Bisckits: No kidding. J: For those of you who don’t know, this is my brother Bisckits. He’s going to be ‘helping’ with today’s blog. Sunday (which was … Continue reading
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Rich – It’s 5.39 in the morning on July 21st, 2011. The Space Shuttle Atlantis is currently approaching Central America at an altitude of 41 miles, 1800 miles from its landing site at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. She’s … Continue reading