We also went to the Natural History Museum in the center. What was cool about this one is that they had a couple of man made caves inside that were pretty realistic. One was a smaller trail then the other, but it was really cool. Usually you can't climb around in a cave when you are on a tour, but in this one you could climb and play away. So much fun. Hunter didn't go in. He was to scared of the bats he might see. They did have some live bats down in their cave, but they were behind glass and pretty scared. We couldn't see them. Trying to explain this to a 6 year old was useless. His mind was made up. He stayed outside with Jeremy and then me so Jeremy could go through as well.
Afterward we went for a walk down the Ohio river. Even though the kids had a good time skipping rocks and all that fun stuff. I wouldn't get in that river for anything. Yuck!
After the weekend, We had to get back and put the kids back in school. Jeremy had to say and work. On the way back, I stopped in Nashville and let the kids go to the Adventure Science Center. We had never been there and I had heard good things. It was quite the place. It was hard to get the kids to leave.
Well, that's it. I know it's a lot and it happened a couple of months ago, but it is never to late to post. I have some more stuff to post. Jeremy and I just got back from Seattle so that is coming next and of course all the kids just had a birthday, so I have tons about that. Stay tuned. I'll see ya soon.