Sue, Peter and Jack went to what Peter called a "Hole in the Wall" science museum, but they had many good exhibits which the kids enjoyed.
They experimented with exhibits on electricity generation, and on "seeing" sound waves pass through a medium of small Styrofoam balls.
They also rowed a boat around on West Lake, in a fairly stiff breeze. Peter kept squishing his finger on the side of the boat, so Jack did most of the rowing. He was a good little motor!
Sophie, meanwhile, was at school playing with her friends. Here she is up on the roof which doubles as the playground.
Sophie, posing with her classmate, who is very bundled up on this freezing cold 70 degree day.
I wore a short sleeve shirt to teach in today, and I had many comments from the students... "Aren't you COLD?" No! The sun is shining and it's 70 degrees outside!