We braved the cold, bitter wind this morning to seek some education at the Natural History Museum. Very cool visit. We meandered through most of the second floor – a Korean exhibit, soils displays, nature photography, early man and then ended up at the main exhibit we came to visit – the forensic anthropology exhibit. We spent quite a while going through a real case in the lab and came up with a conclusion that was very close to the solution. =) The scientist in the lab was very informative and even showed us the skull of the person whose case we were trying to solve. We all learned a lot today! After the very bone-heavy forensics we entered a butterfly exhibit for something more whimsical. Very hot and humid in the butterfly room but I got some great photos. Alas, the elusive blue butterflies would not land long enough for me to photograph them or open up to show their blue colors.