The campus itself is a miniature version of the surrounding countryside, with lots of trees and a (walkably) circumnavigable lake.
We were welcomed to the fold by real live Salukis, and introduced by a witty student tour guide to many of the place's qualities and quirks - including the oxymoronic "clean coal" facility that powers it. We were reassured to come upon the Office of Sustainability, I hope they get everyone there to "pledge."
Fathers Day was wonderful. Lunch at the Blue Moon Marina restaurant, with a live band at waterside. Younger Daughter put a lot of time and thought into an elaborate homemade card, and the whole family thanked me for doing the simple things Dads do. They gave me a DVD slideshow of paternal memories, a porta-hammock for the beach, and the Cadillac of folding chairs - built-in umbrella, footstool, and side cooler. Somebody wrote a misguided complaint about this holiday. I'm not complaining.