Well, Matthew wasn’t into a hot tub, nor am I sure it would not have been adverse to his health at his age. We filled in the time with some other activities we found. We discovered a wolf sanctuary that provides tours, we took an Amish Horse and Buggy ride, and took a nice countryside leisurely drive. Plus the Railroad museum had an option for a train ride, and we took that too. I took a thousand pictures, so I’ll just share a few.
The toy train museum was really a bust if you ask me. They had nice trains and nice exhibits, but it was two rooms. We were done in an hour. They claim to have a hands on exhibit for kids, but it was two little wooden trains that two year olds play with. Their website makes it look like it’s way better than it is. Here’s one picture of Matthew in front of an exhibit.
The Railroad museum was very good. They had trains both indoors and out. They also had a nice play area for children. Trains were refurbished from various times in history. Here’s a couple of pictures.
And here’s a couple from our old fashion coal, steam engine ride.
And from our buggy ride, Matthew and mommy petting the horses.
I'm going to save the pictures from the amusement park for next week.