Wednesday and Thursday we got to visit the Creation Museum in Kentucky, our last stop before we make a beeline for home! It was so refreshing to be actually able to read one of the information signs without seeing something to the effect of "Millions of years ago . . .". In fact, the first sign we saw we read out loud about four times because it gave God the glory for his creation! I thoroughly enjoyed this stop! The museum was simply awesome, from its special effects theater, where the chairs rumbled and a bit of water was sprayed at you as if you were actually in the video of the flood before you, to the walk-through chronicle of the seven "c's", Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross, and Consummation. The museum also had a very neat outside section that contained several gardens and a petting zoo.
A couple of the walk through scenes
The first family on earth after the curse. Notice Eve pregnant in the background
Building the Ark
Joe-Joe will not say turtle because we laugh when it comes out something like "churtle". He does like them, though. :0)
The gardens were beautiful
Can you spot the tiny turtle in this pic?
The petting zoo was cool
Watch out, tough guy, I'm loaded
Our pet thunderstorm again paid us a visit last night, but this time it came with a vengeance! It poured and poured and there was quite a bit of lightning and thunder. In fact, I think there was even a tornado watch for the area we were in last night! It was pretty wild.
Only two more nights before we are home! My next post will probably be from my own computer! YYYIIIIPPPEEEEEE!