|These are some of the artifacts they had on display (photographs apparently weren't permitted... oops).|
|Here's us before our IMAX presentation. This is take 4. Ian couldn't keep his eyes open in the prior photos, so this is his attempt to keep them open.|
|Here's the view from the steps of the Franklin. This is where Riley was sitting waiting for the clues from the kid, if you're a National Treasure fan.|
Ian was feeling a little under the weather this day, so after we got home, he took some DayQuil. The following is the photo series of him taking his medicine.
Before leaving, we also went to South Jersey with Fred and Laura to indulge in an authentic Filipino restaurant, which has a Filipino channel on, and a grocery store. Here's Ian with the canned squid in natural ink we discovered.
We went back up to Olin so Ian could get more work done, but on the way home we tried some old-fashioned ice cream at The Franklin Fountain. The prices weren't old fashioned. Ouch. But it was tasty!
The next day was back in studio. I got bored, so I made art with the gummies. Here, the school of Swedish fish is trying to escape two dinosaurs. Note the dinosaurs got one, which they ripped in half.
After our final bible study, we enjoyed some dinner at The Urban Saloon with our good friends, Luke and Amit. Ian had a burger with peanut butter on it!
On our very last weekend, we squeezed in the Pennsylvania Dutch Festival and the historic circuit.
We took a lunch break from the Constitution Center, which we visited after the market, and Ian had fun "feeding" the birds in Independence Mall.
All of this, of course, was squeezed between Ian working on projects and us packing. Talk about crazy! But we enjoyed every final moment of our 8-month honeymoon!