WIMW: THE GAME—CHALLENGE 7 ANSWER Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX Despite my serious face in the San Antonio Academy picture, I associate San Antonio with freedom. I got my first bike when I moved there at age nine. It was a heavy, clumsy adu
WIMW: THE GAME—CHALLENGE 7 CLUES 1. From the relative quiet of Fort Hoyle, we moved to a huge military post. 2. Little did I know then, but this move was to a State where I would later spend meaningful time as an adult. 3. I was enrolled in a m
For me the memory of a dream lasts a couple of days at most, so those of half a century ago are long gone. Travels are a favorite dream topic of mine, so probably I dreamt of wandering through a vaguely familiar city. #askmichaelcollins
Don’t miss the Columbia command module’s last stop on its Smithsonian traveling tour. #destinationmoon : The Apollo Mission is now on exhibit at the @cincymuseum. The exhibit is open through February 17, 2020.
WIMW: THE GAME—CHALLENGE 6 ANSWER Fort Hoyle, Maryland Maryland, on the shore of the magnificent Chesapeake Bay. The Army Post, which no longer exists, was named Fort Hoyle, and was part of what had been the Edgewood Arsenal, also known as the
WIMW: THE GAME—CHALLENGE 6 CLUES 1. My father was once again reassigned to a different Army Post, which resulted in another move. From Governor’s Island, we moved due south, not far, to a location close to, but different than our capital city.