We continued to enjoy our time in Kokomo, making frequent trips to the Children’s Museum and Lowe’s to complete the latest Build and Grow project.
I had to attend a week-long Environmental Law course at the Air Force JAG school in Maxwell AFB. Kris was six months pregnant. It took almost as long to drive as it did to fly. We made a short vacation of it.
We headed straight down and stopped at the Louisville Slugger Museum. It was the first time we had visited since our trip in 2011. At the time, Kris couldn’t go on the tour because Zach was less than a year old and the noises were too loud.
We all got to go this time.
The kids got a joint baseball card:
From there, we drove down to Mammoth Cave National Park. We took a walking tour of the caverns, replete with blurry pictures.
We spent the night in Horse Cave, KY. Early that Sunday morning, we drove to Andrew Jackson’s home, The Hermitage.
We toured the estate and the grounds. This grand estate was a great place for the kids to run around.
And then we drove down to Montgomery and Maxwell AFB; the site of our first trip and the fifth time we had been back.