The Creation Museum

So, I’m finally getting around to telling you about last week.
Have you ever heard of the Creation Museum? Well I’ve been there several times, and it’s always so much fun. There are multitudes of interesting things to do, and so much information to absorb. This past week I got to go again… Yea! 

Another thing that makes it enjoyable for me is that my ‘adopted’ parents, Buddy and Kay Davis, work there. (We aren’t really related, but they’re great family friends, and I think of them as my adopted parents.) Last week they were getting ready to do the last filming session for a DVD they’ve been working on, and I got to go with them!

We crossed the Ohio River on the Anderson Ferry 

Their first DVD in the series, I Dig Dinosaurs, is pretty amazing and they even did some filming at a real dinosaur dig in Montana! This is the second DVD in the series, and it’s about swamps. When I was with them they were filming snakes, and even got to hold some, including a 100 pound python! At first I wasn’t sure if I’d want to or not, but after I saw the snakes, I decided they weren’t as creepy as I had thought they might be. I wouldn’t want to find one of the big ones roaming free around my house though…  
Buddy Davis being filmed at Rick Teepen’s 
Anyway, I’m guessing you can imagine the numerous story ideas I got hanging out at a Museum and getting to watch them do the filming. And by the way, the gardens at the Creation Museum are exceptionally beautiful, and their lilacs are blooming! (My favorite flower. They aren’t blooming here at home yet.) If you haven’t already gone to the Museum, I think you’d enjoy it. 

Such beautiful lilacs.
Thank you Kay for the pictures!

3 thoughts on “The Creation Museum

  1. Alley says:

    My family and I went to the Creation Museum on our vacation a few years ago; it was so cool! We met Buddy Davis, which was awesome. That is so cool that you personally know him.

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  2. Lucas says:

    I got to go there when my family (and I) were up there for a NCFIC conference. I loved the museum and we met Buddy Davis there too. He was an excellent musician and storie teller. =) It is so Awsome that you got to watch them film.

    ~Lucas

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