Donna hard at work
That brought us into Sunday, and of course, BRUNCH! The day was finished off with a wine and cheese "tasting".
Barb & Bob/Chuck
Today was a day that I was not really looking forward to, sort of like Chuck waiting for me in a shoe store, but unlike him, I found that it was very interesting and enjoyable. AND it was free, something that does not happen in a shoe store, well almost free, there was the I-Max and then lunch, plus we are planning on going back tomorrow, another movie, and Air Force One. Seriously if you are ever in the area it should be on your bucket list. The airplanes are just props, it is all the history that is displayed, plus so very much more.
Now that is a tire!
Quilts made of Holocaust squares.
This section was so heart wrenching, but
then so were the areas depicting Viet Nam, World Wars 1 & 2,
and all the other atrocities that man has
inflicted on his fellow man.
Map of concentration camp
Cute little plane,
and a very different one.
There was also a section on the space program, along with the Berlin wall.
The place is huge and they have a wonderful museum.
Looking forward to tomorrow.
(Mrs. Rich B----)
Chuck with his glasses all steamed up.
The last night was spent having dinner at a well know restaurant, where the locals go, and it was very good. Yes, it does seem like all we do is eat!
Yes, he did get GREEN bananas.
Holly & Jonathan
Chucks niece, Debbie and her husband Norman
And Nora, somehow there are no pictures of you, but thank you for the tour of your charming unique home.
Tomorrow we are off again, driving down to Virgina to wisit with Chucks sister for a few days, then we will turn our sights on Ohio. Can't wait to see everyone again, and to experience Nicks rally.