Yes, you heard us right. The International space station will be visible (assuming no cloud cover) tomorrow morning from 6:27 to 6:32 at the start of Lucky’s Lake Swim. My understanding is that you will not be able to view the Space Station at any other location so be sure to come on over (don’t cheat and look up until you get to the lake’s edge). We have spared no expense in bringing you this vastly entertaining experience, so make sure you take advantage of this offer. There will be a head count and if NASA doesn’t like the turnout then it will be rerouteing future flight paths.
Congrats to 100K club member Jay Murphy who got married last Saturday. He did what any reasonable person would do on his wedding day – that is start out with a lake swim. The wife-to-be was a no show for the swim which defies reason. I hope Jay knows what he’s getting into.
Bragging rights time from Lucky. Seen in this photo is Randy Walters head coach of the Gladiators (Orlando’s 14 and under water polo club) and Maximus Meisenheimer. Max represented Florida in the Regional Olympic Developmental Program Championships in Dallas. Max was the only Floridian selected to the all tournament team and was chosen to go to the selection camp for the 14 & under US national team. Max has a very proud mom and dad.
If you are coming to the Easter service/swim you don’t have to swim. Please bring your own chairs and blankets to sit on. The service will start exactly at 6:55am Hope to see everyone there.