That's always nice, isn't it?
We started off with Madd re-creating prehistory on the back patio.
And Trevy and I finished reading H.G. Wells' The Time Machine.
It's been a little while since we've been to our natural history museum, and it was free day, so.....
Pretty cool how you can always discover something new, isn't it? Something you've never seen or noticed before?
Today we got to see a molting Carolina Wolf Spider,
two paleontologists putting together the jaw of the Diabloceratops,
and a close-up of the triops. (Which are much bigger than the last time we saw them.)
One of our favorites - the Dimetrodon. Love the Permian.
An' to the city park. One of our favorites.
And then home to settle in and start supper,
only to learn that Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis was ready at the library for Trev.
So a movie or two and a stack of books later, we're set for a few days of rainy day play.
(And dinner was made for us while we were gone.)
All is well.
And fine and good.