Photo-A-Day #3030

There was a break in the uncomfortable heat and humidity. Unfortunately, that came with wind and rain. Fortunately, we were down the Cape and had the chance to go over to Woods Hole and check out the Scientific Aquarium. It is a nice little aquarium with harbor seals out front and many tanks within. The tanks contain species of fish from New England. Eva was so excited to be at the aquarium. She showed us all around the place and then showed us the touch pool upstairs. Starfish and Sea Stars are some of her favorite ocean animals.

Welcome to the Aquarium

At the Aquarium we ran into one of my College friends. She recognized Andrew in my arms and the two of us chatted for a bit. It was so nice to see her. After the Aquarium we walked around the waterfront in Woods hole and checked out the little beach. There is a waterfront park and there is a new sculpture that was installed. It was of Rachel Carson, one of Eva’s heroes.

Rachel Carson

After Wood Hole we came home and had a visit with my Grandparents. They had come to visit with Shelby and Dylan. They got to see all three of the Great-Grandkids at once.

Dinner w Uncle Mike

When we came home we had birthday dinner with Uncle Mike. The kids were very excited to have dinner with Uncle Mike. Dinner was great. We went to House of Fortune and had an amazing meal and great company.

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