A trip to the Discovery Museum and a whimsical look at windows.
AND, THE MAN THAT MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE…
(see there are some windows in the background, too)
Click here to visit Dawn’s Wonderful World of Windows.
Thanks for visiting. I hope these were an unexpected sight and that they brought a smile to your face. Kids. You gotta love ’em.
Looks like a fun day 🙂
And that’s just a small portion of the place!
Thanks for commenting 🙂
Would have to be big to entertain a bunch of little ones!
No kidding ! Lots to keep them entertained and occupied.
I didn’t get a shot of the California Pizza Joint in the museum, but it’s the cutest thing to watch them making and serving veggie pizza! There’s much to do!
You are so clever, would have given up on windows after the second week. Great photos !
For me, it is a real challenge because I don’t travel, but I’m having fun.
The most unusual windows yet! It looks like fun, plus brings back memories of a thousand class trips.
This is a class trip minus 20 kids! 😀
It actually is fun, for all ages. Haha!
Spectacular! Really really great this week. I love this outside of the box thing. And your comment about not traveling shows we don’t really have to, we just pay attention and the sights are there. My post is from a local nursery, I don’t really travel much either.
It makes challenges a little more challenging 😉
Thanks for the encouragement, Dawn.
Thanks for posting.
Carbs and lava lamps. These are a few of my favorite things… ♪♫♪♪♫♪♪♫♪
You have been doing some fun challenges and sharing great photos!
Thank you, Roberta. :-). It has been fun.
You prompt the child inside us Gemma 🙂 and that’s a wonderful feeling I enjoy more and more just lately 🙂
Thanks ! Great ‘view of windows’ this week .
Glad I could help 😉
Fantastic window collection, Gemma. Your pics are such a lot of fun. 🙂
Maybe I should tag them ‘humor’ ha!
Thanks, ad. You’re the best. 🙂
That looks like a lot of fun – even for grownups!
Yup yup 😉
Oh how fun! I’d love to visit Discovery Museum 🙂
Oh Iñigo. I think you would have the most fun. Thanks for visiting, cutie. 😉
Love it. Reminds me of the Children’s Museum in Houston. Fun and full of new things to learn.
A fab place for imagination. Thanks for the visit, IT.
Wonderful world for kids, Beautiful post Gemma 🙂
So good to see you back, Jake. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂