Monday, July 3, 2017

Mammoth Cave National Park

We got to the lake house we were renting on Nolin River Lake in Kentucky in the late afternoon. After we unloaded the car we back tracked into town to grab some dinner ans stock up on groceries for the week.

Tuesday we headed to Mammoth Cave National Park to start exploring and gather information on everything the park has to offer. After dinner we had a bonfire and did some sparklers with the kids.

Just chilling. 

Finally not afraid of sparklers. 

Wednesday we decided to rent a boat for the day. The kids had a blast and loved it and we spent a good 6 hours having fun.

She actually didn't mind wearing the life jacket one bit. 

Thursday we headed back to Mammoth cave after a brief stop by the Dam to check it out. We hiked several different kid friendly trails. Then it was supposed rain (and eventually did just much later than originally forecasted) so we headed to Bowling green which was about 30 minutes away to watch the Despicable Me 3.

Looking over at the base of the dam. 
Getting Ready for our first hike. 

Before we headed to the movies after getting cleaned up. 
She loves to hold her hand. 
My kids loved the first Nut Job move and are excited for the new one. 

Friday we decided to rent a boat again because the kids had so much fun on Wednesday. We ended up spending 7.5 hours out on the boat.

Saturday we had a cave tour schedule in the morning. After naps we had another bonfire and did sparklers again. 

Sunday we headed back to Bowling Green to visit the Corvette Museum. It was pretty cool, although kids weren't huge fans, but Robby and I wanted to go. Then we had lunch at Double Dogs.

Monday we headed to the Tennessee and Kentucky border to meet up with my dad and send Hendrix with him for the next two weeks. Carson got dropped off outside of Louisville with my mom for a week of adventure with her. So that took us down to two kids. Which was pretty nice because we got stuck behind a semi fire on the interstate and sat in one spot for 3 hours.

Baylor went a little crazy while we were stuck on the interstate. 

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