Papa Jim came up to watch the weigh-in on Thursday and Friday afternoons. When we were there last time, we went about 45 miles northwest to Huntsville to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. Since there wasn't anything much to do while waiting for the weigh-in on Friday afternoon, we decided to go back up there and let Papa see it and see how much the kids remembered. We were very surprised at how different it was. Last time there was a lot of construction going on and all that was open now. The kids spent a lot of time in the area about black holes. They could get "passport cards" and record their experiences in each interactive exhibit and they can check them on the computer when they get home. Emery scaled the rock wall all the way to the top 3 times and after he and Savannah went into the "Mission to Mars" simulator, they both came out beaming and made Papa go in with them a second time (Grandpa chickened out). We left there and got to the lake just as Jeremy was about to weigh in. The timing was perfect because they got to go up on stage with him again, but we didn't stand around in the cold wind for more than a couple of minutes. After that, we ate at Wentzell's Oyster Bar, which is a York family tradition.