Before heading off to Oshkosh, Spring
wanted to do something special
and seeing how I live less than a mile from Butterfly World
we decided to give
the place a try.
I've been living next to Butterfly World for 10 years and I've
never been there myself. So after lunch we headed on over to Butterfly
The place is currently being renovated so there's much construction going
on. The main entrance is now on the side admist warning signs, exposed
wiring and joists and conduits and sawdust. We snake our way around the
exposed construction to the gift shop where you buy tickets into Butterfly
For US$13.50 per adult!
That's a bit more than we wanted to pay to see some crawling, flying insects
so we made a quick tour around the giftshop (and it was your typical tourist
trapish museumesque giftshop) and left.
Each time I've had the car worked on for the A/C, a day or two later, the
auto manufacturer of my car calls up with a followup survey asking me a few
questions about the service.
This was the fifth time they called.
I'm now starting to answer the questions with “Can I get back to you on
Tonight is the night that Spring
heads off to Oshkosh for
AirVenture, a yearly convention of the aerospace industry. Greg got her
tickets to attend, plus plane tickets. Spring is picking up Greg, then it's
a three hour trip to Orlando to pick up their flight to Oshkosh. They'll be
back sometime Sunday night or Monday morning.
And I'll spend the next few days catching up on stuff here.
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