T-shirt Tours: “spaced out” on Wallops Island

Today’s t-shirt tour takes us to Wallops Island, located just across from Chincoteague Island on the Eastern Shore of Virginia (the state.) A few years ago my brother and I spent a fabulous week in Chincoteague viewing wildlife and watching a NASA rocket launch (posted about previously here and here.)

As huge NASA groupies, we had a blast!

“NASA: IT’S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE. Oh wait, yes it is!” Always fun wearing this fav t-shirt acquired at NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Facility.

SNAPSHOTS:

NASA Orbital Rocket launch from Wallops Island

A great white egret (not so impressed with rocket noise!)

Sunset over Wallops Island (view from Chincoteague)

QUOTE: “We cannot discover new oceans unless we have the courage to lose sight of the shore.” Andre Gide

grace, peace & new horizons

Virginia : )

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6 Responses to T-shirt Tours: “spaced out” on Wallops Island

  1. Debbie says:

    Love the quote by Gide, and that photo of the egret is beautiful! Happy weekend, Virginia!

    • Virginia says:

      Hope you’re having a good weekend, Debbie. It’s hot as fireballs here! I think even the egrets would be hiding in the shade on a day like today… Stay cool! 💨☀️😎☀️💨

    • Virginia says:

      Hope you’re having a good weekend, Debbie. It’s hot as fireballs here. Methinks even egrets will be hiding in the shade! Stay cool! 💨☀️😎☀️💨

  2. Shruba says:

    The sunset is so pretty!

    • Virginia says:

      Thank you, Shruba. I almost missed it, but my brother called from his hotel room and said, “Look out the window!” I ran out onto the balcony and low and behold, the most glorious sunset of the week there! 🙂

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