After Feast of Tabernacles we drove down to Cincinnati to visit Family and Friends. We went to the Creation Museum in St. Petersburg, Kentucky. It was very exciting!
Group Photo! Brother Daniel, Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia, Danny’s Mother Joyce and Brother Danny.
As soon as we walked into the door someone asked Brother Danny about his TzitTzits he was wearing and who we were. We told the guy and he kind of of knew about the way we believe. He was interested and asked if we have any material. We gave him our DVDs.
The first ‘exhibit’ was really cool in the inner lobby. Here are some photos of it.
We have never been to a Creation Museum. It took us two days to go through the entire thing. Sister Linda and Danny’s Mom sat below and watch as, Brother Danny, Michael, Daniel and Sister Felicia zip lined across a lake 50ft above ground. It was amazing! We’ve never done it before. The thought of jumping off a platform 50ft above ground is so wrong to the human brain. That first second you think of jumping is very awkward, but once you have jumped off and are gliding in the air across the zip line your brain realizes that you won’t fall straight down. Sister Felicia said “That’s as close to a roller coaster that I’ll get!” We don’t have any pictures of the zip line experience.
Let’s continue through the rest of day one of the museum trip.
An Archeological dig of Dinosaurs!
An Adaptation of the skull found that Scientists named Lucy and evidence that Lucy is not an early evolved man.
Well, that’s all for day one of the Museum Trip.
Woke up the next morning and took a group photo in front of the dinosaur.
Brother Daniel & Danny, Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia and Danny’s Mother Joyce.
After Creation, Dinosaurs and Lucy it was time to learn about the Bible.
Brother Danny and Sister Linda also got a picture shot next to the printing press setup.
If you are in the area we recommend having a visit to the Creation Museum in St. Petersburg, Kentucky. Here is their website: http://creationmuseum.org/