Photo Highlights (Florida to New York)

Catching up with some photos for your viewing pleasure. I’ve heard some rumblings that more photos would be appreciated. Enjoy! (Click on any of them to see a larger view.)

On the same catwalk that Neil Armstrong walked across to get to Apollo 11, at Kennedy Space Center.
On the same catwalk that Neil Armstrong walked across to get to Apollo 11, at Kennedy Space Center.
Watching a rocket launch in Florida.
Watching a rocket launch in Florida.
Disney World after a long day.
Disney World after a long day.
One of many, many cannons we've seen.  This one's in Charleston, SC.
One of many, many cannons we’ve seen. This one’s in Charleston, SC.
Visiting Betsy's friend Anne in North Carolina - and her 3 wonderful boys.
Visiting Betsy’s friend Anne in North Carolina – and her 3 wonderful boys.
Kitty Hawk, NC - one of many National Park Junior Ranger badges earned by the boys on this trip.  They were challenged to a paper airplane contest by the ranger here.
Kitty Hawk, NC – one of many National Park Junior Ranger badges earned by the boys on this trip. They were challenged to a paper airplane contest by the ranger here.
Tiny's first ride on a boat.  A free ferry across the James River in Virginia.
Tiny’s first ride on a boat. A free ferry across the James River in Virginia.
Between educational visits to Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown, we found some time to visit Busch Gardens. We survived the 240-foot drop of Mach Tower.
Between educational visits to Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown, we found some time to visit Busch Gardens. We survived the 240-foot drop of Mach Tower.
Lincoln photo-bombed us.
Lincoln photo-bombed us.
Ernie and Bert.  Carter and Bennett.  I see the resemblance.  (At the Smithsonian Museum of American History.)
Ernie and Bert. Carter and Bennett. I see the resemblance. (At the Smithsonian Museum of American History.)
One of many big buildings that dwarfed us in D.C.  We got in last-minute to see the Declaration of Independence and Constitution here at the Archives.
One of many big buildings that dwarfed us in D.C. We got in last-minute to see the Declaration of Independence and Constitution here at the Archives.
Paddle-boating on the Tidal Basin.
Paddle-boating on the Tidal Basin.
One of many flowering trees - including the cherry trees - we were lucky enough to see while in Washington.
One of many flowering trees – including the cherry trees – we were lucky enough to see while in Washington.
One of 3 (yes, 3) Space Shuttles we've seen on our travels (this was in D.C.).  The only one we haven't seen is the one in L.A.
One of 3 (yes, 3) Space Shuttles we’ve seen on our travels (this was in D.C.). The only one we haven’t seen is the one in L.A.
Baltimore Science Museum.  Looking scientific and doing a chemistry experiment with wheatgerm DNA.
Baltimore Science Museum. Looking scientific and doing a chemistry experiment with wheatgerm DNA.
Visiting with Abe at Gettysburg.
Visiting with Abe at Gettysburg.
Carter and Bennett's first Broadway show!  4 thumbs up!!
Carter and Bennett’s first Broadway show! 4 thumbs up!!
Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center) observation deck in New York, with Central Park in the background.  I think we finally got the kids' jaws to drop again.  It's been a while now.
Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center) observation deck in New York, with Central Park in the background. I think we finally got the kids’ jaws to drop again. It’s been a while now.
Biking in Central Park today!
Biking in Central Park today!
Too cute to resist.  There are lots of flowers and trees blooming in New York right now.  This is in Central Park near Belvedere Castle.
Too cute to resist. There are lots of flowers and trees blooming in New York right now. This is in Central Park near Belvedere Castle.
Completion of our bike trip through Central Park.  Started at the south end (59th St), rode all the way to the north edge (110th St) and back again!  Quite a ride on a beautiful day!
Completion of our bike trip through Central Park. Started at the south end (59th St), rode all the way to the north edge (110th St) and back again! Quite a ride on a beautiful day!

6 thoughts on “Photo Highlights (Florida to New York)

  1. Thanks for the great photos! You guys certainly picked the right time to hit up the East Coast cities like NY and DC.

  2. You guys look SOOOO great! What a fabulous adventure. Loved seeing your faces. Enjoy your week. Love from the Colner Clan.

  3. I am so glad to have these wonderful pictures! And appreciated so that Clifford was trying to show them to me on his iphone, and I found out I truly cannot operate that modern thing! But, wow, these pictures make so many things even better! Loved all of them, thank you, David! Love, Millie, Mother and MeMa

  4. When ever I thought of NYC. Well, it was a fast passing thought. A who cares kind of attitude. However, after reading all the great information and description of the different places, I’m like wait, I want to see this place. Thank you for all you time and effort and the great pics. And thank my dear friend Keith Paschall for suggesting I look at this. Last words….LOOOOVE THIS!!!!!♡ A+++

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