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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Happy First Moon Landing: 45 Years Later

Happy first moon landing, everyone! It's 45 years later. Actually, I'm one of the biggest space travel fanatics on this very planet and this photograph exactly describes how I feel about this very anniversary.

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  1. man--THAT coulda been me----if we lived close enoughto a toy store for me to beg my parents foe the helmet and model rocket.

    i drew those rockets going to the moon everyday!!! and couldn't understand why the other kids in school didn't DRAW it right. Finally decided to stop correcting them and just keep drawing.

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    1. Hahaha, many thanks for sharing your story, Gary!!

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