Earlier in April we traveled down to College Station, TX for Physics Fest at A&M. When we went last year we found out that Madison isn’t really into physics. 😂 But…she really likes the group we hang out with and socializing so we decided to go again this year.
It was a neat little zoo.
When we arrived at a College Station we went to dinner at Messina Hof Winery in Bryan, TX. We went there last year and loved it and it was just as wonderful this year too. Someday we are going to go stay at the resort there as well.
We attended a special lunch lecture on the Planet 9 at Physics Fest the next day. Madison loved that lecture. For kids who are physics oriented I highly recommend this event. Mark your calendars for April 4, 2020.
While we were at College Station, we went to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. It was so cool. I took a lot pictures and it deserves it’s own post.
Even though this year Physics Fest was our main event, the other places we visited were great and the opportunity for Madison to socialize was well worth the trip. We also had a blast catching up with friends over pizza.
The most memorable event that took the cake was hearing a speaker on radical acceleration.
Information and research on radical acceleration is worth more than it’s weight in gold. More than gold, it’s life changing. We are so grateful and blessed for it.
With that said, we need to ensure that physics fest is an event that is funded for generations to come. Any communications to A&M on the importance of this festival is welcomed. It is priceless.