During Spring Break 2019, we traveled down to Chattanooga. While there, we enjoyed the scenic views of Lookout Mountain. We also visited Ruby Falls, the Tennessee Aquarium, and the Chattanooga Zoo. We also looked for ghosts and ghouls on a ghost tour. Enjoy our spring break/ 20th wedding anniversary trip.
We left on Monday morning after getting the boys ready for the day. It was only 22 degrees. My short sleeves and jean jacket didn’t keep out the cold. I couldn’t wait to be in a slightly warmer area of the United States.
Continue reading Chattanooga, TN – Way Down (Part 1)
Here is a list of what I’ve accomplished this week. This is an unusual week because I’m on Spring Break. We traveled this week so some of these not what I typically do in a week.
Continue reading 9 Things I Accomplished This Week – The Spring Version
Early December, my church decided to travel 2 hours south to the Ark Encounter in Williamsport, Kentucky. During the Christmas season, they had lights that were absolutely beautiful.
Continue reading Ark Encounter – Part 1 – The Ride Down
As I stated before, it was super hot when we left the zoo. So we did not walk around all the green space surrounding the zoo.
Continue reading Lansing, Michigan – Part 7 – Our Way Home
We continued on our visit of the zoo. Since it was in a park, there was plenty of green space which was cool to see.
Continue reading Lansing, Michigan – Part 6 – The Rest of the Potter Park Zoo
During the middle of the night, it rained. Stormed actually. We were fortunate we didn’t chose to go to Grand Rapids because the storms were much worse. (Hubby wanted to go to the zoo in Grand Rapids because it was bigger.)
Continue reading Lansing, Michigan – Part 5 – Strange Matter Coffee and Potter Park Zoo
Three years ago, the boys and I had the same spring break which is unbelievable. When Hubby realized we all had the same spring break, he decided it was a perfect time to go on a family vacation. Where did he decide to take us? How about Niagara Falls during the last week of March.
Continue reading An Unbelievable Night
After we were finished with the Riverwalk and downtown, we checked into the hotel and took a nap.
Continue reading Lansing, Michigan – Part 4 – Dinner and Michigan State University
While we were in the museum, it rained. The rain had stopped by the time we got out of the museum so we walked along their riverwalk which was cool.
The Dayton Dragons, our minor league baseball team, play the Lansing Lugnuts so we stopped at the exterior of their stadium. There were a couple of cool statues that I enjoyed photographing.
Continue reading Lansing, Michigan – Riverwalk and Downtown -Part 3
After we were finished walking around the Capitol Building’s grounds, we went to the R.E. Oldsmobile Museum. The Oldsmobile automobile was started in Lansing which I thought was neat.
Did you know the band R.E.O. Speedwagon was named after the Oldsmobile company? I can’t remember the exact story of why they chose the name. However, that tidbit of information was interesting to me.
Continue reading Lansing , Michigan – Part 2 – R.E. Oldsmobile Museum