|The Creation Museum|
My camera kept failing to operate, even after changing batteries so I didn't get many photos. The walkway was rather narrow and it was dark.
We didn't realize that the whole time we were going through the museum it was on two floors and we had been winding our way down to the first floor, having started the tour on the second floor. We ended up with a choice of climbing up about twenty steps, leaving the scooters behind, or getting on the elevator. Pat went first and rammed the wall to the right of the elevator door not realizing it was really only big enough for four or five people or one scooter. I tried to get my scooter straightened out after entering and realizing I couldn't reach the controls without moving the scooter away and standing but before I could, the doors reopened on the floor I was trying to leave. Twice. Doris was smart enough to enter backwards so that she would be able to immediately exit on the upper floor.
We toured the gardens and this was about the only bush in bloom. Most of the paths said "foot traffic only" so we returned the scooters and left for the house. As this was our last day, we ate our leftovers. The trip home was uneventful going straight down I-75. We spent the night in a house in Marietta, GA, and we had dinner at a Longhorn to celebrate a great trip.
The last day on the road, we took a break and visited a wonderful bookstore in an old shopping center south of Perry where most books were 50 cents.