We took the kids today to Windsor where there is a Legoland out there. The weather was hot, but later it clouded over and was much more tolerable. The kids had fun. The lines for the rides were a bit long and Hayley didn’t get to go onto the Dragon roller coaster ride. She was disappointed. They should have had height measurements before one lines up.
The Star Wars display had its own area. It was all indoors compared to Legoland in Carlsbad, CA. I took most of those pictures with my iPhone. Outside, the Miniland was very cool. One of the neat things is they made a London area instead of key United States’ cities and attractions. It was cool to photograph them.
I finally got to set out with the family to do something touristy with the family. Julie has been really good at finding cool places for the kids to visit and take some nice pictures. Now since I am in town, I get to go too!
I had to shoot through the fence line at the top of The Monument. It was 331 steps up and down. I couldn’t look down, but I did snap a pick of the spiral stair case with my phone. I couldn’t risk my more expensive camera equipment. Fear of heights set in a bit too. I have to try to get over this darn fear–some day.
Julie and the kids had left near the end of June to stay in London for the Summer. This allowed me to take care of things around the house (neglectic home maintanence), and do some photography and photography trips. See my Photography blog for those pictures.
I arrived in London at the end of July. Here is a full days worth of photos. We met up with Ilin and her two boys. We went to the Maritime Museum and then the Greenwich Park. The kids had a blast including the parents as you will see in the last few pictures.
The column pictures with all the kids was meant to make fun of all the cheesy poses we married men had to do with columns for our wedding pictures.