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Monthly Justin: February!

Ah! February’s post at last!

Despite being the shortest month of the year (even with the bonus day), February was pretty long for us. We were and are, of course, very saddened by the loss of Chad’s brother, Erich, and spent a week in Pennsylvania with family to start the month. While there, we visited two science museums to keep Justin busy. First, the Davinci Science Center, with it’s wonderful touching tank and eco experiments:

Learning about crabs and starfish!

Learning about crabs and starfish!

Testing out different light bulb types

Testing out different light bulb types

Then the Franklin Institute, one of Chad’s favorite museums when he was a kid!

Up in the air!

Up in the air!

NASA Mission Control!

NASA Mission Control!

Mixing in the sound studio

Mixing in the sound studio

Back in Salem, we had lots of unseasonably warm and sunny days, so lots of playing in the yard and walks around the neighbourhood:

A little yard work

A little yard work

Favourite things: tractors and numbers!

Favourite things: tractors and numbers!

Posing with our rose "bush"

Posing with our rose "bush"

During school vacation week, we went to the Discovery Museums in Acton, MA – one of our favourite places to play:

In the train engine!

In the train engine!

Using air pressure to pop ping pong balls way up high!

Using air pressure to pop ping pong balls way up high!

At the helm

At the helm

And, we got a bit of snow – even if it was short-lived!

Whoa! Snow!

Whoa! Snow!

With the rose again!

With the rose again!

A chilly portrait with Mum!

A chilly portrait with Mum!

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Oops! Technical Difficulties!

We’ve been having some technical difficulties with the blog (and also with the genealogy site) over the last few days. I’ve got the blog sorted out, and am working on the genealogy site now. Don’t worry, the Daily Justin: February post should be up soon – sorry for the delay!

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