Sunday, July 29, 2007

Space Camp

Ian went to Space Camp this past week and had a wonderful time. It wasn't THE Space Camp in Huntsville, AL, which he dreams of going to someday. It was Space Camp sponsored by the Challenger Learning Center. He and his fellow campers ran two 'missions'. One was Voyage to Mars and the other Rendezvous with a Comet. Ian served as Navigator for one and Medical Officer for the other. When they weren't working on their missions they did projects and crafts, talked with an astronaut (John Blaha) and toured the only standing WWI aircraft hanger still standing (which is also a museum now).
The camp was kind enough to provide all the campers with a CD of photos. Gee, how did they know that I blogged :-)

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