Last weekend our church went on a trip and experienced some pretty stellar sights! We traveled to Kentucky for the 2nd time to visit the Creation Museum.
It is just so amazing!!
When we visited in May of 2014 my girls were so much smaller!
(Elena on the left was almost 7)
(Here is Allee with my father in law. She was about 1 and 1/2 yrs old)
Here we are in 2004
Here we are this weekend!
They also hadn't started construction on their new exhibit The Ark Encounter. It opened last year and we finally got to see it! WOWZA! It was incredible!
The BEST part was that my father in law always flies up to WV to be with us on these trips! Here are a few pictures of our trip! I posted a ton of Snaps too. Too bad they don't last longer than 24 hours.
We took 38 people from our church!
I was in the fun bus. These were the most active and excited little girls.
Allee stayed with her grandpa the WHOLE trip. They were two peas in a pod.
My main squeeze with a new little friend. The penguin looks like he is staring at him.
When we entered into the Museum we found out Ken Ham was speaking! We just HAD to go see him! He was great!
My favorite feature in the gift shop!
Seeing my father in law with Allee was just wonderful!
Our wonderful friend Joe came with us too! I was beyond thrilled that he was there! Check out his blog!
This alpaca or llama (unsure which) was very interested in him while he had snacks.
Not so much once he was out of snacks though. Lol.
This lil guy even conned Joe out of a snack too.
Here is my 11 year old nephew with my girls. He is just way too tall to be 11. Am I right?
I tried to take a photo of the three above in mid jump. They got photo bombed. The outcome was quite funny!
Yes. I documented my Starbucks. I don't get them often. We have Dunkin Donuts and Tim Hortons where I live.
The Ark in Kentucky! It's a life-size replica!
Obligatory family photo in front of the Ark! Thanks to Joe for taking this one!
My daughters face is the only reason why I had to post this picture.
My eye was half closed, from the wind.
My nephew and Elena walking to the entrance.
I took a lot of video on Snapchat while inside, but eventually found thatputting away my phone and just experiencing this great place was the best way to take it all in. So that's what I did.
This was the selfie at the end of the day. Note the "I need to lay down soon" smile.
My baby with her Zebra. She named it Noah.
Altogether its was a great weekend. Exhausting, but wonderful!
Welp. See you next week!