We spent most of our time in the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center.
A ship like Lewis and Clark were in:
The oars of the ship. They are not light weight!
Prickly Pear Cacti were in a big spot. That's about the only cacti that grows in Nebraska.
Inside Arbor Day Lodge the boys had fun steering the ship. When they steered it was connected to a game. They had to try and not hit rocks, but collect food. They also got papers that they had to punch. If they got a certain number of punches they got to take it up front to get it embossed with Lewis and Clark.
Animal pelts hung around the building.
Isaak got to pretend canoe.
Mica hung out in their kid sized teepee.
This guy talked to the boys about guns during the time of Lewis and Clark.
He let the boys give the gun a try. Isaak couldn't wait, and Mica chickened out because, "It was too loud!"
We saw an Earth Lodge. Inside we talked to a guy about making arrowheads, and I found a snake skin for Isaak to take home. The guy said, "Ask your Mom." I said, "It was me that told him to ask you."
We ran around a park.
J. Sterling Morton - Founder of Arbor Day.
We're going to go back to see their gigantic treehouse. It was a fun trip!