We recently went to CO for my wife's family reunion. It was held at Pingree Park which is a part of Colorado State University. My wife's uncle was a professor at CSU for years and still has an office there which he uses every day even though he is 91 years old. My point is that we were fortunate to be able to use Pingree Park and the only reason we could use it was because of my wife's uncle.
Our daughter wanted to go to the reunion real bad so we stopped on the way (July 21st) out and picked her up in Bloomington, IL. The Strategic Air Command museum was on the way so we decided to stop there and look around. Below you will see a few pictures from the museum. The first plane is a picture of a U2, a very high altitude (70,000 feet) spy plane. Some of you may remember when a U2 piloted byt Gary Powers was shot down over Russia in 1960. Up until then they could fly the U2 over Russia and there was nothing Russia could do about it because they didn't have anything that could get that high.