We took to the road the first part of October but not for another doctor visit. We met up with Mark's family in Kentucky to take advantage of the free kids admission to the Creation Museum and celebrate the wedding of one of Mark's cousins.
Traveling was tough but not because of the kids. It rained. A lot. Both on the way to Kentucky and on the way Papa & Grandmere's house.
Emmie took it mostly in stride.
I spent a lot of time on the phone chatting with a friend or staring at my crochet project. I was doing all I can to avoid looking at the rain and the mountainous roads. We're pretty certain we came close to a tornado or what was trying to be one. We've never seen rain go that sideways or more ominous looking clouds (except when we have seen tornado clouds). Thankfully we never saw a funnel.
There was a break in the rain on the way to Papa & Grandmere's though. We took advantage of a billboard advertising a dairy farm near by. There was plenty of space for the kids to run and rock and stretch their legs.
And a cattle dog that thought she needed to herd kids.