Buzz November Travels

Buzz November Travels

Buzz didn’t let a little hurricane stop them! After weathering Hurricane Tomas in St. Lucia at the end of October, Buzz and Lois were out on the road traveling again for most of November. Buzz took off for the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to participate in the Astronaut Scholarship Fund’s autograph show before jetting off to London for the ICONS dinner at Windsor Castle. Never ones to stay put for long, the Aldrins were back stateside after just a few days and landed in New York where they celebrated with renowned artist Romero Britto as he unveiled his newest collection of work centered around the Apollo XI mission and Buzz himself. Buzz and Romero participated in the Veteran’s Day Parade and enjoyed a wonderful opening reception where Buzz took time to sign the original Britto pieces. A week later Buzz and Lois attended Danny DeVito and wife Rhea’s X-prize party at their Beverly Hills home. The last shot is of Buzz with Astronauts Dave Scott and Al Worden. We also wanted to thank all those that sent well wishes Buzz’s way as he took a few days off at month’s end to recover from toe and back surgery!

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    Posted at 23:35h, 21 January

    Buzz when can we get to see some better LRO images? I want to see the rovers…

  • Sheryl K. Snow
    Posted at 12:33h, 17 January

    The latest was a phone conversation with my brother Eugene formerly known as Buzzy from Munich. I d mentioned offhandedly that I d written a scene about Dad teaching Mike and him how to fight down in the knotty pine playroom.. I think Bernie identified with Buzz much more than with Mike which was funny since Mike looked more like Dad.

  • Harold Resnick
    Posted at 07:31h, 06 January

    I had the pleasure of meeting both Jim Irwin & Dave Scott on separate occasions, & I was lucky enough to get both signatures on one photo, & Dave Scott was kind enough to sign a Mission Patch for me. I truly admire what you all have done for the space program, and i would’ve given anything to have gone to the moon myself. Take care.

  • Tony Harmsworth
    Posted at 05:58h, 21 December

    Must be that toe touching the moon and your desire for us to go back, methinks.

  • Mark Barry
    Posted at 22:28h, 20 December

    hey Buzz, plz call Gary Crawford and cheer him up..408 310-5450..hes down in the dumps during the winter solstice and eclipse….plus, and also his transition..thanks bro.. WE SALUTE YOU.

  • Tom Nocera
    Posted at 10:40h, 20 December

    Hey Buzz – Glad to see you back on Twitter with the pictorial update on your travels. I was on your launch crew for Apollo XI all those years ago. I was the youngest (20 yrs. old) guy working at the Pad Section for Launch Support – employed as a summer hire by Bendix Corp. as an associate engineer. I hope to meet you in person one day.
    Best wishes,
    Tom Nocera