Fuzzy Grey lines up to shoot. The kid with the ball is really good.
He's not awful for a kid who has had exactly two practices worth of basketball.
It's a crowded gym
On the T headed to Cambridge
In Harvard Square. Neither Adam nor I had ever been there, despite going to Cambridge all the time.
Future Harvard attendees?
At the Harvard Museum of Natural History. No one told me about the red sweater dress code.
My camera bag is as big as Thane!
Grey has hit that blessed stage where he wants to read the signs at the museum.
It was an old-school natural history museum, with lots of stuffed animals and jars of formaldehyde preserved organs.
And skulls. There were about three human skeletons scattered around.
Which one of these creatures is most bizarre?
Still getting the hang of this new lens. The Plieosaur is perfectly sharp in all these pictures. Grey? Not so much.
The Northwest forest section made me homesick
How big was the fish?
Thane and map. The person who cut his hair last should probably find a different line of work.
But he's still cute.
Watching an awesome video about octopus camoflauge.
Thane is skeptical
The amazing glass flower exhibit
These are made from GLASS.
I enjoyed the room of minerals - especially after the similar exhibit at the Telus Museum in Georgia
This was my favorite piece
Thane took a break from museum-ing to look out the window.
The museum smelled of old college buildings and was a mix of modern, interactive exhibits and 19th century bugs with paper labels.
You mean those were 19th century bugs?!
I loved the opals best
Then we went ot Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage for lunch. We had to explain who Johnny Cash was, because Thane was in his seat.
Zonked out at the shoeshine chairs at Starbucks
Grey took this picture
Thane and Safiya, after a hard day's play
Safiya was not a fan of the camera
She did, however, seem to enjoy her first exposure to Scooby Doo.