They have these great big white phones, with lots and LOTS of buttons on them, so you can join various conference channels with other NASA centers. Jeff fears them. I did not, sadly, get a picture.
I /did/ get to see the test area they used to figure out how to get opportunitygrrl off the dune. I /also/ got to watch data coming in from Voyager 2. Not the data itself, just a stream of identifiers that I took for filenames. But the DSN was pointed at it at the time, woot! I've always had an affinity for V2; the whole '77 thing. We hit the JPL Store, and I bought a mars rover lego set, a huggable Mars, a jpl shotglass, a jpl bead that looks like mars, a jpl water bottle, mission patches for the rovers and pathfinder, as well as patch stickers for the rovers for our rover-typists. Apparently, they used to have pewter models of the rovers, for $150, but they were sold out. Pity.
After the tour, we had lunch (at the Crater Cafe, NOT the Mars Cafe), talked for a few hours, then Jeff had to go to a meeting. So I sat in the convertible and listened to music. Then we went back to his place, picked up his daughter, took her to the park for a bit, then went back, got his wife, and went to dinner at the Black Cow. It was decent enough. Nice place, but the chicken fried steak was, on reflection, a disappointment. I've certainly had worse, mind you. Then back to their place, chatted for a while, now I'm back at the hotel. Minimal plans have been made for tomorrow, and I shall go to bed soon.