We drove down to Dayton on Valentine’s Day to check out the National Museum of the Air Force. The museum was huge and didn’t disappoint.
Anna gave her best tough girl pilot face.
Zach jumped with excitement when he saw a new plane or satellite.
We went through three of the four hangars; in and out of planes and rockets.
We spent about three hours there. We intended to eat a late lunch and look for a hotel. We ate at Texas Roadhouse and a big snow/sleet storm began. We finished eating and headed back to Kokomo.
At the end of March, for the third time in about five years, I got to attend a course at the Army JAG School in Charlottesville, VA.
We stopped at the Creation Museum on our way down. They had an interesting view as to what constitutes evidence. The kids loved the dinosaurs.
We drove on from Kentucky and spent the night in Huntington, West Virginia.
Mar 30: We drove to Lewisburg and the Lost World Caverns. We took the tour down into the caverns and were appropriately impressed.
We then drove into Charlottesville, staying, again, at the Residence Inn.
While I was in class, the kids spent time on campus running around.
Or coloring in the hotel room:
We ate out most nights. After a few days of class, we were ready to to head home.