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We raced from Atlanta, GA to Melbourne, FL today, arriving in time to unload the bags and head out to the beach, where we found hundreds of people facing north….in anticipation of the Space Shuttle launch!

We weren’t quite sure what to expect – but it was incredible! Even from 30 miles away from the Kennedy Space Center, the display of power was impressive…and the sound was incredible!

After a few seconds of staring at the spectacle, it dawned on us that Annie had a camera!  Here is our family with the contrails of the Space Shuttle in the sky behind us.   What a great memory for our kids



12 Responses

  1. very cool!

  2. Awesome pic!!!!! wowo you guys have really morphed from a family to a tribe!!!

  3. contrails….not familiar with that word 😉

    The word image I get when I read on…”the beach, where we found hundreds of people facing north“….I get a picture of Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind….

    I am sure this was a great experience for you and your family to share…

  4. So cool! I’ve see these a couple of times when they launch things from Vandenburg Airforce Base in Santa Barbara, Ca. It always amazes me.

    P.S. Contrails- Short for “condensation trails” or vapour trails are visible trails of condensed water vapour made by the exhaust of aircraft engines.

    Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. Don’t forget to tip your Google.

  5. Looks like the beginning of the splitting of the skies…wonder if people will take pictures of that!!??? haha

  6. Sweet Shot! Randy, I am very proud of your coffee sacrifice. I know that deep down you are begging God to have someone walk up and hand you a crisp $20 and tell you that it is for coffee. It’s ok, you can admit it. You are a coffee snob and there is nothing wrong with that.

  7. Cool. I still remember as a kid getting up before dawn and getting as close as we could to watch the shuttle when we lived in Titusville, Fl. Still remember seeing the gators floating by as we waiting for that ground shaking launch.

  8. As an Air Force brat, contrails is nothing new to me. That was the name of the monthly AF publication that had classifieds in it and local news.

    But on topic, great picture! I pray that God will pour a double portion of Grace into your family during this time spent relaxing by the waves.

  9. You need about 4 more kids 🙂

    Love you all!!!!

  10. Awesome pic. Those are the kind of once-in-a-lifetime photos that are great to look back on. I’ve always wanted to see the shuttle launch. I’m hoping to make it down there yet one day.

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