“From out there on the Moon, international politics look so petty. You want to grab a politician by the scruff of the neck and drag him a quarter of a million miles out and say, ‘Look at that, you son of a bitch.’” – Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
We are up early and getting ready for blast-off in the Silver Ghost…Today we meet the Duda’s for another adventure! Robin and Bob made reservations including for us to see Star Wards; Galaxy’s Edge today! So thoughtful. We are blessed with super kids! Thank you again Joe and Amy and Robin and Bob!
We departed, on the Silver Ghost, as planned and arrived at Catal where we had the best breakfast ever. Their breakfast sandwich was so big I ate it with a knife and fork! The eggs were beyond fluffy…just amazing! A drink and a breakfast sandwich…terrific! Outter Space, he were come!
The Catal breakfast sandwich is pictured below…an alligator could not get that his his mouth…the only way was knife and fork! Potatoes were perfect!
We began to walk to the front gates of Disneyland but first had to stop by the Lost & Found…I misplaced my keys on Tuesday! We hope they are there as the key fabs are expensive!
We walked around and on our way to the new land, we ran into Mrs. Duck and her brood also just walking around the part like they owned the place…maybe she does…could be related to Donald?
The Falcon was ready to go… Nick could hardly control himself! He was the dunner and Carol drove the ship! Of course, so we were all over the place.
We rocketed off into the wild dark yonder screeming and yelling and having a wonderful time. This time Sue knew what to expect and her back made it through in fine shape!
Sue and I departed for Catal again while the rest stayed for a while…reportedly Nick did the ride four more times! He is young and a gluten for punishment!
We stayed at Catal for about an hour visiting. We got a call from Jonathan, he is back in the hospital with severe pain and temperature. Apparently the surgery caused an abscess and they will have to fo a CT guided maneuver to put a drain in it or back for surgery again!
Did You Know? An internal abscess is more difficult to identify, but signs include pain in the affected area, a high temperature, and generally feeling unwell. Internal abscesses rarely heal themselves, so prompt medical attention is indicated if such an abscess is suspected. An abscess can potentially be fatal depending on where it is located.
We got home and again crashed. We walked about 3.5 miles again today…good for body…n ot easy on the kegs!
TV, tookies, and a solid nights sleep was welcomed!