The kids found tiny jelly fish in the canal. They are see-through so very hard to capture on film (or on sd card) but I attempted to show them in black and white. You can kind of see the amorphous blobs where there are dark circles at the bottom of the bucket.
Tuesday we headed to Houston and met S#2 and S#4 and families at Houston Space Center.
On the tram ride
Oops, didn't get A in the photo. She looks so happy that I included her
The Orion project (Space shuttle replacement)
the cousins (with an old man photo bomb)
The rockets on Saturn
DH for size
Touching the moon
The dreaded climbing place
About the time we finally let them go in the climbing place, I was done with Houston Space Center. Unfortunately for me and my headache, it was another hour before we left. At 5pm. Not a good idea. The Space Center is south of Houston and we were in the middle of rush hour. It took us an hour and half to get out Houston. Then we had to drive home to Dallas. It was a long, long. long ride but it was good to be home.