The view from our window
John Hancock building from the room
Water Tower Place, Hancock Building, and Ritz
The American Dental Association [obviously]
The Water Tower
Museum of Contemporary Art
Form Balance Joy
My granddaddy Dan was also in town with my parents and he took us up to the observatory deck of the John Hancock building.
Giant LEGO sculpture
Looking out on Lake Michigan
The Navy Pier
ADA building as seen from above.
Mom and Dad
Me and Granddaddy Dan
Just cleanin' some windows
The big talk around town--besides stateside return, of course-- was that Transformers 3 was filming on the Magnificent Mile.
Some guy keeping the people at bay. Unfortunately he couldn't keep director Michael Bay at bay.
The bridge partially drawn with cars strewn on top
What's under the tarp... I MUST KNOW
Look at all those bullet shells in the box
One night mom, dad and I went out with some of the other dentist big wigs and then had some drinks in the current President's suite. Luckily we happened to be up there just in time to catch the fireworks at the Navy Pier.
Get it little six year old Olympus camera
I also had to find some way back to the Blue Lake campgrounds because the general was parked there while I was in Europe. Gloria, my friend Janai's mother, and one of her other daughters, Nikki, were brilliantly kind enough to take me the three and a half hour drive to the woods of Michigan. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
Gloria proving to Stan that she was in the woods