Touristing 

Yesterday we took N to the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield MA. He had a great time looking at the exhibits and trying out a couple of skill challenges. 


I made him measure his wingspan. 


A real highlight for him was seeing all the sneakers. He’s a bit obsessed with sneakers in general but seeing NBA player sneakers was a real thrill. I must say I was impressed by Shaq’s size 23. They’re in the photo next to the full size basketball. 


Here is a statue of the man who invented basketball. Overall it was a very neat place. 

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7 Responses to Touristing 

  1. salpal1 says:

    What fun! I have been to the women’s hall of fame in Knoxville, but never the one in Springfield, which is silly as it is so much closer! And I seem to recall seeing Larry Bird’s sneakers in Boston one time – those guys all have crazy big feet. 🙂

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  2. kathyreeves says:

    Definitely a fun day for N!

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  3. chrisknits says:

    23!!! I’ll never knit him felted clogs or socks!

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  4. ellen says:

    What a cool place to visit! I love the photo of the wingspan measure. You can definitely see the fun that is being had. 🙂 I’m cracking up over ChrisKnits comment. ha! No kidding!

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  5. Kim says:

    What huge sneakers! Looks like H had a great time 😃

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  6. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Looks like a fun day! And you were so close to Webs….. (????).

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