Loading . . . Photo Gallery At Johnson Space Center, NASA, touring the 3 Mission Control Centers with Ginger and Lucia. Dreaming BIG! haha!. ISS Mission Control Center, Johnson Space Center. Fortunate to be working with the Orion Capsule Leadership Team the day the shuttle arrived in Houston. The Space Shuttle at night. At NASA, walking on the International Space Station backup treadmill. At NASA, viewing the Lunar Sample Displays. At NASA, viewing the 4.4 billion year old Lunar Sample. Holding Lunar Soil Samples. Apollo 15 Commemorative Lunar Sample. Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory where astronauts train to work in a weightless environment. At the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory at Johnson Space Center - showing the replica of the ISS in the pool. Working at Northrop Grumman I attended the Christening of the USS New York. One of the monumental christenings in American History. USS New York contains steel from the World Trade Center in the bow. Christening the USS New York - the bottle didn't break the first time. On the second try the bottle of Champagne broke. In New Orleans after the Christening at the Northrop Grumman Shipyard. Teaching in the Rotunda at American Village, Shelby CO. AL. Teaching at GA. Power Co. in Savannah, GA. River St., Savannah, GA. in the evening. River St., Savannah, GA. The Savannah Docks. Working at Gulf Power in Panama City is rough, but someone's got to do it!. Working in Miami has its benefits. Taking time to slow down, relax and smell the sweet mountain air. Where I do my most creative work. Staying fit is important to mental strength and health. It doesn't get any better than a motorcycle ride to the mountains. On the road. Back home in Atlanta after a rare snowfall.