San Antone

I spent most of the second week of April 2013 in San Antonio, Texas for the national conference of the National Science Teachers Association.

I’ll spare you photos from the physics workshops I attended, since the Riverwalk is so much more picturesque:

The Riverwalk (click image for slideshow)

Dinosaur Valley

I drove over 1,200 miles on this trip, but in fellow science teacher Betty Henderson’s car with her and our colleague Theresa Miller. A total of ten science teachers from Bartlesville attended the conference, with most of us meeting up for dinner on the Riverwalk each night. During the conference former Bartlesville High School science teachers Chris Bradley and Sandra Cloud, who were at the conference, joined us for dinner. It was nice to catch up with them.

We had great weather during our stay in San Antonio, and Theresa, Betty, and I had fun stopping by Dinosaur Valley State Park on our way back home.

I didn’t get any hikes in on this trip, but I traipsed so much about the convention center and Riverwalk that I did not lack exercise!

Enjoy the photos.

About Granger Meador

I enjoy day hikes, photography, podcasts, reading, web design, and technology. My wife, Wendy, and I work in the Bartlesville Public Schools in northeast Oklahoma, but this blog is outside the scope of our employment.
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One Response to San Antone

  1. You were right next door to the Creation Evidence Museum! To think you passed up that opportunity!

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