|Brady, Taylor, Cavett and Kendrick|
We began at Dinosaur World which is an admission park where you walk a trail of over a 100 life sized dinosaurs. If you went to the Heard Museum during their dinosaur walk, it was much like that, but not with animatronics. The kids raced along the trail not even stopping to read anything about the dinosaurs.
The Blue Hole Trail was first and led us down a steep cliff to the waters edge of a deep swimming hole in the river. But on the shelf, before the drop off were the first tracks. Taylor and Brady came prepared. Their Mom had been there before and knew the kids would want to get in no matter how cold it was. Call me a stick in the mud! So, off they went. My kids got to climb the rocks instead which was pretty fun in and of itself.
We walked on down the river and beach combed, threw rocks in the water, and took in spectacular sights. But the final set of tracks that we came upon were the best and unmarked.
The hike back to the cars took us through the campsite and that is when we decided we have to come back and camp even if there is a burn ban. This place is awesome and gorgeous! So, maybe we will go on a Thursday and Friday when the kids are out of school.
Also, the next time we go we will check out the other museum in town, Creation Evidence Museum. Because if you've read Walt Brown's book and the Bible, everything dinosaur and prehistoric history realted in the worldview is completely inaccurate.