Chicago’s Skydeck, on the 103rd
 floor, a glass box jutting out
1,353 ft. in the air, not for the
faint of heart.  This used to be
the Sears Tower, now known
as the Willis Tower, is the tallest
building in the western
 hemisphere, and the 7th tallest
in the world.
Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry has
a huge model train room, with a detailed
 depiction of Chicago, and on the other side
of a mountain range…  Seattle!!!
The Science and Industry
 Museum exhibit on tornadoes –
did you know that tornadoes in
the northern hemisphere rotate
counterclockwise because of the
Coriolis effect?
Oh yes, he had to try one!


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