A seagull decided to pose at his best angles as I admired the glorious day and Chicago’s skyline.
The Field currently has a Biomechanics exhibit called The Machine Inside (until January 14) which intrigued me. I learned lots of factoids about human and animal bodies, and of course honed in on the butterfly facts.
Human body heat was explained as well.
I visited the hall of gems for a look at my favorite treasures.
It was Sueâ€™s 24th discovery anniversary that week too.
The Ladies of NEW perused the Wonders of the Worldâ€™s Fair exhibit (closing September 7).
I still have a hard time visualizing this giant White City, but the Museum of Science and Industry and the Field buildings give a glimpse of the magnitude.
Reading Devil in the White City had me hooked on this era. I am reading about the Fair Women right now, but that book is filled with intrigue so I am not as fond of it as I want to be.
Giant animals were on display, like this 6-foot-high Seal.
We sure did some damage to the environment with our fashion sense.
Chicago has an interesting history.
NEW will be keeping with the nostalgia theme today, when we visit Lemont for Emergency Vehicle Night from 6 to 8 p.m.
NEW â€“ The Network of Entrepreneurial Women is a group of Chicagoland business women who are upgrading business networking with fun and creative events that inspire attendees to work together, refer each other and most of all cheer each other on as the membership succeeds. Events rotate around various suburbs on a semimonthly basis, usually the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Thursday of the month. RSVP for our upcoming events at Meetup, or like us on Facebook and check up on the calendar there.