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JULY 20, 1969: I SEE THE MOON, THE MOON SEES ME

I SEE THE MOON, THE MOON SEES ME

Mention the moonwalk, and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin naturally spring to mind. You know, “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”   That is unless you’re Google. 270 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

#MoonWalk Day 398, 2466.2 km

I’ve moved on to Alphonsus. That’s a crater almost adjacent to Ptolemaeus, and smaller, only about 113 km diameter. Ranger 9’s crash site, or at least the nominal crash site (I have no idea how precisely it’s known) is in Alphonsus. 157 more words

Walking

Michael Jackson

Do you remember
that child under a spotlight
embracing the glare to hide
the cost?

Did it matter during your last
desolate drive, hunters flashing… 27 more words

Poems

#MoonWalk Day 384, 2366.2 km

I’m standing on the rim of Ptolemaeus, southwest of its center, after a couple pretty good weeks for walking and riding ― two bike rides, 15 and 27 km, in the past two weeks. 168 more words

Walking

#MoonWalk Day 370, 2252.0 km

Earlier this week marked the first anniversary of the start of the #MoonWalk. As of today I’ve covered 21.2% of the total distance, so I’m still on track to finish in just about five years from the start, or summer 2022. 65 more words

Walking

#MoonWalk Day 352, 2164.8 km

I was out of town and off the Internet Friday, which is my usual day to post (when I do), so I was delayed until tonight, but that’s all right: I have more to say now. 243 more words

Walking

"One more step is another step" ~ Hudson, J

Just over a week ago I was on my way to London to attend the WalktheWalk Moonwalk 2018.  I mentioned this (in what seems to be a lifetime ago) … 205 more words

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