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    Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post

    with some friends:

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    A LOTTA friends!

    * awkward moment of feeling jealous of a pelican *

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  3. Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    What's your new camera, rdw?

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    Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    A Nikon d7200 - big learning curve for me I just bought it this week so I'm practicing practicing practicing
    Change begins when you practice ordinary courage

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdw View Post
    A Nikon d7200 - big learning curve for me
    That's a big upgrade! Congratulations!

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    My retirement gift to me . I took some great shots from my living room yesterday but I didn't convert them to JPEG before I put them on my iPad and now I can't upload them. As I said learning curve
    Change begins when you practice ordinary courage

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    Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    Oooh! Enjoy, Rhonda!

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    Congratulations on the new acquisition! Have a great time with it.
    Steve

    Dum spiro spero....While I breathe, I hope

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    Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    One of my favorite views from the shore of the Indian River in Titusville Florida. The Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at the Kennedy Space Center, about six miles from the shore.



    Construction of the VAB began with driving the first steel pilings on Aug. 2, 1963. It was part of NASA's massive effort to send astronauts to the moon for the Apollo Program. Altogether, 4,225 pilings were driven down 164 feet to bedrock with a foundation consisting of 30,000 cubic yards of concrete. Construction of the VAB required 98,590 tons of steel. When completed in 1965, the VAB was one of the largest buildings in the world with 129,428,000 cubic feet of interior volume. The structure covers eight acres, is 525 feet tall and 518 feet wide. To accommodate moving, processing and stacking rocket stages, 71 cranes and hoists, including two 250-ton bridge cranes were installed. On the east and west sides are four high bay doors, each designed to open 456 feet in height allowing rollout of the Apollo/Saturn V moon rockets mounted atop launch umbilical towers.

  10. Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    The view from my back yard isn't nearly as impressive. I just see these guys:

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    Re: Seen in "My Backyard"

    Your neighbours, Dr Baxter??

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