Tuesday had some on and off rain, and one of the rainy day things we agreed we'd do before we even got to Florida was the Ripley's Believe it or not Museum. We've been to a few of them, and the kids always enjoy them. Brian thought a few parts were creepier than they needed to be, but overall it was a hit. Ask the kids and they'll tell you that their favorite part was the spinning tunnel at the end. Unfortunately my camera battery crapped out before we got to that part, so no pictures. (That's what I get for charging Wendy's ipod Monday evening instead of my camera).
The mechanical gadgets section had me flashing back to that place on 14 Mile and Orchard Lake Road. We spent more than a few Sunday afternoons sliding quarters into the slots back in the day.
How does a chicken live without a head for 18 months? I don't get it.
She doesn't take after me.
I didn't look.
We also did the complete trolley tour. So much fascinating history in this area.
Mark's classmates haven't called me a grandma all week. I think it worked.
The pool closed at eleven, and I think one of our lot helped close it down each night.
Up next - the ocean and the Kennedy Space Center.