Friday, August 11, 2006
Dathan at the Kemah boardwalk. Kemah is a carnival-like atmosphere near NASA. He lost at this game by the way.
Annette and Dad trying out the flight simulator at NASA. Annette landed the shuttle. Impressive.
Family under our new tent at the beach
Mom and Dad on their 26th anniversary
The entire family at the Harbor in Galveston
The family at the Fisherman's Wharf with the Elissa in the background. It was a ship built in 1887 that used for tours today.
The family for mom and dad's 26th anniversary
As you can see, the Anderson-Ensz family managed to squeeze in a few activities from the last time I posted. Of course, we spent more time at the beach. But in addition, we celebrated mom and dad's anniversary, went to NASA, rode the ferry, visited the harbor, went to Kemah boardwalk, and ate ALOT of food. Unfortunately, John and I still had to work this last week so we did not get to do everything with the family. We enjoyed the time we had though. John finished his work today, and the lab had a nice going away party for him last night. He starts medical school orientation a week from Monday.
Next for our visitors is Steve and Vicki and Kirsten and Richie tonight and Sunday is Grandmother and Grandad with Cristy and Gracen.