This woman was alerted me as I setup Gary's tripod that the launch was scrubbed on Saturday.
Boats waiting for the launch.
The lady told me the that the shuttle would have gone off right behind this sailboat.
Lots of Harley's and their owners were out to see the launch that day.
Some people had camped overnight.
The sign proved true. Gary drools when he sees this picture. Breakfast for before the possible launch on Sunday. I spent the night with a friend in Orlando hoping I could catch it Sunday.
I had the perfect spot too. Someone had left their chair on this piece of concrete near the best spot to view the launch. Scrubbed again though.
This place only had two types of fruit: oranges and grapefruit.
But it was an eclectic store with lots of other interesting items to buy.
Looks like I was in the tropics with all the palms in the background.
Interesting museum/store where you could buy your very own carved totem statues.
That must have take some time to carve.
Ho ho ho ho ho!!!
Accidental shot, but does a good job of showing the ominous weather that day.
Taken from atop a bridge before reaching Cocoa Beach.
Really cool catamaran.
Island full of birds.
Birds of all varieties getting along.
Hotels and condos line the coast in this part of Florida.
View towards mainland.
Catamaran up close. Lucky guy.
I bet the inside is plush.
View towards the narrow strip which is Cocoa Beach.
In Daytona, everyone parks right on the beach.
Vendors on the beach.
Even on a cloudy day the beach was packed.
This woman was all of 4 and a half feet and the kid was as tall as her.
The guys on the mini-motorcycles were checking out the babes.
Even with a packed beach, no one was willing to pay 5 bucks for shade on a day like it was on Sunday.