Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Big Question….

sendgeorgetospace

After some thought, a little research and a monday morning chat with a coffee in hand, we were ready to present the idea of sending George to space.

Of course the exact details are long forgotten, but that being said, later that day we posed the question, “How would you like to send George to space?”  I recall the reactions quite clearly…and they can be explained in two words, shock and wonder.  And there was a pause from the group that seemed like forever.  Of course there was discussion that followed that included questions, concerns and wonders.

We sent them away that day with the idea that sometime in the near future “before school was out for summer” we would be sending George to space somehow.  Determining how and what would be needed was their task over the next few days.  They did not need to go in depth but rather gain…

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