As promised, here is the footage of the boys at the Crayola Factory, in Easton, Penn.
A little about our visit? Hmmm, ok. I can spare a few minutes. The Crayola factory is one floor of a large building (the actual crayons are made a few blocks away). There are stations all over the place where you can try out each of Crayola's products (and conveniently, a store right there where you can buy said products). The boys loved the plexiglass tunnel for trying out window markers. And the huge boards for the glow pens. We avoided the sand art area and the modeling goo area (the lady suggested they were really for kids 4 and older). Little o made a "underwater" collage with one of the nice Crayola ladies, and LG just wanted to run all over and play. The slate floor for the sidewalk chalk was a HUGE hit. I think LG was a little disappointed that he could do the melted wax art (you need to be 48 inches tall), but he got over it quickly.
Tomorrow: The beach. Bare toes, sand pails. Good times. Come back then.