Sunday morning I got up way too early. I dicked around the room for a while and watched some movie that I can't remember.
Then I went and got my truck and went driving around. I had no particular destination in mind - I mainly just wanted to see the lake.
Where I ended up was this Great Lakes Science Center thingy, which is a very cool interactive museum. It's mainly for kids I guess, and about 75% of the patrons were children, but it was fun for me too. I didn't take any pictures because if I had then there would have been kids in it and I didn't want to get arrested for anything I wasn't doing.
Oh, I guess I did take one picture. They had a giant turbine thingy outside the place:
The science center was cool, but it was actually pretty small. I was able to see every exhibit in about an hour, and that's even accounting for the time I spent explaining things to the ubiquitous kids.
Before I left, I went into the gift shop to browse for a while. At one point I came upon a stand of rocks. Rocks which were, in fact, very much like my own rock. Since my rock is always in my pocket, I became concerned that I'd get accused of shoplifting. But I didn't.
Next I went to this Edgewater Park place that the hot blonde bartender at Bier Markt had told me about. I took pictures.
There was an actual beach, which I wasn't expecting.
The lake was, of course, there. It was windy as fuck.
Here I was testing my camera's zoom on a lighthouse thingy.
They had a pier thing that I wanted to walk out on.
At the end of the pier I found a dead fish.
I really wanted to get on top of one of these things.
But I couldn't see how to do it. The birds have it easier.
There were also sailboats. Did I mention them before?
I took a picture back toward the city from the end of the pier. That blue Toyota pickup is mine.
Finally, I did another zoom test.
There were storms out on the lake, but I never got lucky enough to capture any lightning with my camera. It was windy as fuck though. A bad hair day for everyone.