The Ark is full of information that gives anyone a clearer picture of what it might have been like for Noah and his family on the adventure of their lifetime. Papa and Mimi are on an adventure and I am certainly happy to not have to tend and care for all of the animals they did. Nor, would I like swaying back and forth on a ship without an idea of when I’d be getting off. Y’all need to come and visit to see, but I think it’s best to do it when you’re old enough to like the history part. We are certain Avery would appreciate all of the dinosaur facts!
After lunch, we headed west again and I must say, Papa is becoming more comfortable driving the RV. We had to travel down some two lane roads with many twists and turns and I have noticed I rarely feel the need to push the imaginary brake with my right foot. There was that ONE time, however. 😛
We had planned to try parking at a Pilot or Cracker Barrel in the town of Mount Vernon, Illinois, but decided to make our way to another RV Park instead. We decided we needed electric so we can have air conditioning. It was hot today – 97 when we arrived in this little town. Hopefully this one is bit quieter than the previous night.
The internet service isn’t that great, so we played a few games Adam’s family sent for my birthday. I dominated Papa in Couch Skeltons. 😉
Well, that about does it for day four. We are almost ready for today’s adventure. We’re not sure what it will bring, but we will be hopping onto the second leg of Route 66 and stopping for our stamps in our Route 66 Passport book.
Just remember, when God asks you to something that might not make a lot of sense to the rest of the world - just go for it. Noah did it and it saved his life.