Monday, April 27, 2009

Rutgers Day 2009

Saturday was "Rutgers Day" here in the Garden State.
It was too much for me. Too many things going on a one time, not enough energy to do it all, or see it all.
We concentrated on "Ag Day". Missing the Zimmerli all together.:-(
Princess was disappointed to not see the baby animals, but we loved our visit to the
Marine and Coastal Science Department.They had many fun activities for the"candy sand" bottles,
face painting, Princess got a soccer ball on her hand Mad ScienceWe didn't find some friends who were supposed to be there, but we met up with other friends.

We also got a HUGE stack of workbooks from the EPA booth, and some nice posters too.It was way too hot for me this early in the year, but Princess had fun.


Chawksgirl4ever said...

hmmm looks like lots of fun,but doesnt sound like you had very much fun....

Anonymous said...

I'm tired just seeing the photos. We went to a sheep shearing event this weekend. Si was has a hilarious interest in Farmer Brown Shears His Sheep now.

EPA workbooks sound interesting.

sarah said...

Wow, you did all of that in just one day? Phenomenal.

Tara said...

The pictures look like there was a lot to choose from.

Princess seems happy with her new friend :)

Wendy Hawksley said...

That looks like such a great fun. Glad you had a good time.

Yes, this heat wave is ridiculous, isn't it???

8)(8 said...

That's neat about the free curriculum.

Kate in NJ said...

C- you know me so well.;-)
N & S- They had so much more available than what we
M- The hardest part was not getting to all the other booths to see what they had. ;-)

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