This last weekend the family went to the Seattle Science Center. It was a lot of fun and the place was a lot bigger than I imagined. We started in the dinosaur section which terrified Henry. After we took a break to play with the over sized chess pieces the bug exhibit was a hit. I think Henry was the loudest kid there pointing at each and every pinned specimen and shouting “BUG”!
It was our second choice, actually. We initially wanted to take the kids to the zoo but weather decided otherwise. I haven’t been there for a long time. Some of the stuff was interesting.
After that we stopped and got groceries just in time for Jerry and Jeanine to come over for dinner and discussion. It was nice to have people over. I have gone through more of my boxes and expect for a couple stacks in the house most of our stuff is unpacked.
Here is a track by Electrixx titled Tokyo Rush (Original Mix):
The fella from church was able to get my tire fixed which is wonderful. I put the wheel on and took my car for a spin. It feels really good when things are in good order. In a couple weeks (read: next paycheck) I will be getting my wheels aligned. I’d like to also install my sub-woofers into my car. It’s been more than five years since those babies have played sound. I really wish my car had Internet so I can stream my tunes to the car. I have found satellite radio severely lacking in both quality and selection.
I admit that driving again has me a little stressed at times. Riding the bus and ferry systems has shielded me from “road politics”. I suppose one has to deal with politics wherever there are other people. So far I have found that I get to work in about 45 minutes if I drive to Seattle and take I-90 to Bellevue. I-405 is its usual cluster fuck 4 out of 5 weekdays in the mornings. Driving home after six has been fine.
Oh! Navy Field has quasi announced a sequel Navy Field 2. It will be at least another year before it is released but I am very happy the company has decided to continue developing the series. I just upgraded my ship to the next light cruiser called the “M Project”. It has less armor but an extra turret spot compared to its predecessor: the K?nigsberg.