Moose: I was VERY happy. I've always been nuts about space exploration,
so it was a major big deal to be in the presence of things that had been
to the moon. And I almost missed the exhibit. A friend went a couple of
days before and that reminded me to check on the closing date. Which was
two days later. I went on the last day. (Whew!).
As to the Command Module, I suspect that it, like me, can't believe how
old it is, and how long ago that heydey was.
And Re: my subsequent post and you and other's delightful riffs on it, I
saw no evidence of Alice Kramden. But "They" have had a long time to
> On 9/2/2019 6:11 PM, Peter Klein wrote:
> Today was the last day this amazing, beautiful little spacecraft
was in Seattle, on loan from the Smithsonian. I went to visit. I got
very emotional, remembering that historic week of 50 years ago. My
better half didn't go, so I was forced to rely on the kindness of a
fellow visitor to get a shot of myself. I set the camera, he followed
directions, and he did well.
> My goodness! You sure look HAPPY!
> Harder to read the Module's expression.
> Spacey Moose
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/