A couple of quick things I want to bounce out there. First is to all you shipping types out there. Not so much UPS shipping as in ocean going ships moving stuff shipping. I was reading about Shell’s new big drilling platform that just got to Corpus. On the back of a really big ship. The question I have relates to the path it took. From South Korea to Corpus it went via the Indian Ocean and Africa opting for the Cape of Good Hope as opposed to Cape Horn at South America. My globe says the Pacific route is shorter and my sailing days reminds me of all the ugly stories about the Horn. To all of you in the know, Is that a deciding factor? Just asking.
Next is a baking question. That’s right baking. The recipe goes blah, blah, blah, punch down the dough, cover and let blah, blah, blah. What happens if I don’t punch down the dough? Enquiring minds……
From Neighbor Steve…Lots of opportunities!!
JSC: See the Space Station
Viewers in the JSC area will be able to see the International Space Station this week.
Wednesday, Jan. 30, 6:26 a.m. (Duration: 4 minutes)
Path: 11 degrees above NW to 38 degrees above ESE
Maximum elevation: 58 degrees
Thursday, Jan. 31, 5:37 a.m. (Duration: 2 minutes)
Path: 23 degrees above N to 23 degrees above ENE
Maximum elevation: 27 degrees
Friday, Feb. 1, 6:23 a.m. (Duration: 5 minutes)
Path: 17 degrees above WNW to 10 degrees above SSE
Maximum elevation: 35 degrees
Saturday, Feb. 2, 5:35 a.m. (Duration: 3 minutes)
Path: 61 degrees above SE to 10 degrees above SE
Maximum elevation: 61 degrees
Huge Thanks to Ronnie Richards and the EDC Team for all your hard work and time on the Town Center Project. We voted for it years ago and it’s finally going to take wing. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Mardi Gras Parade and gathering is on for February 9th. Chief Cook will have an escort for our golf carts and we are lining up for a Red Beans and Rice extravaganza in the Club house afterwards.
Don’t wait until the last minute to decorate your golf cart I hear there’s gonna be a trophy!