Hi everyone! How's your first week of August? Are you excited that in 4 months' time, we will be celebrating the Christmas Holiday? Uh uh, if only I can fast-forward the time, I will (wink). I miss eggnog and buying Christmas tree is already in my mind. I am so excited right now by just talking about it. How about you? Anyway today, I will be sharing to you the normal route that hubby and I took for a short ride around the Space Coast. I shared so many photos along this road already. This is NASA Parkway, the road to Titusville and/or Kennedy Space Center.
I took these photos last Sunday and I tell you, this is the heaviest traffic we get out here, heaven right? Those cars are heading to #KSC or Merritt Island. We were on our way home about 10 minutes from here. The body of water on each side is the Indian River Lagoon where oftentimes, manatee and dolphins hang-out frequently. NASA Parkway has 4 lanes, two to each direction.
I love this place. The Indian River Lagoon is very nice especially at sunset. Most of the time, the sight of boaters and fishing boats are plenty. The waters are calm and safe despite of gator warnings.
If you pass by this area and you saw dolphins swimming, you cannot stop any time. In fact, no one is allowed to park in both sides of the road and signs are pretty much visible in the area.
Further down the road, across the draw bridge is the Hall of Fame which is part of NASA's Kennedy Space Center attraction. Check out the photo above. Anyway right now, one part of the draw bridge is under repair. It's been more than two months and according to the news, this repair will be done in September.
The traffic is not bad at all despite of the ongoing repair on the bridge.
See the flow of traffic above? Even when drawbridge is up to give way of boats passing across the other side of the lagoon, the traffic is not bad.
On the last photo, I tried to zoom in the bridge in Titusville. Would you like to see the view in there? Next post, I will be happy to share it to all of you. More photos of that area next week. Thanks for stopping by.