Edward caught this fish at the Piney Mountain pond - Ed cooked it and Edward said he liked it
this is the viewmaster that Chee and I had as children (tho I have some new reels)
at first, Edward acted like he wasn't interested in this, but as you can see, he liked it
all of this area is new - you can climb down ladders in these tubes and they come out somewhere else
there were light lines or circles and kids would try to avoid stepping on them - the lights changed all the time - larger; smaller, etc.
Ed pointed out that Aaron "managed" most of the games
this is another thing Edward thought he was too old to play, but if we just ignored him, he had fun
don't take my picture!
that boy is happy!
new exhibit called "into the mist" at the Museum of Life & Science
Bessie's big day - a t-bone steak bone!
sleepy red-ruffed lemur
he's not looking at that cute girl.....
the circle is getting smaller and smaller.....
look at those feet!
I accused them of sneaking into the bread and eating the centers out
Edward didn't want us to "follow" him along - he had a walkie-talkie and wanted to do some things alone (so he did) - he once asked me why I was following him.......
ring-tailed lemur (with monitoring collar) - love how he holds his feet
Ed pointed out that Aaron was "in charge" of determining the "rules of most games"