Ain’t that something.. err… I mean nothing.
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We have been home from our roadcation a couple of days now. I had hoped to be able to post more thoughts and pictures from the road but, alas, internet connections and time did not always align. I will tell you this much – our family vacation out west was absolutely amazing. We had opportunity to visit the following National Parks:
- Badlands of South Dakota
- Black Hills and Mount Rushmore in South Dakota
- Yellowstone in Wyoming
- Grand Tetons in Wyoming
- Bryce Canyon in Utah
- Grand Canyon in Arizona
- Petrified Forest and Painted Desert in Arizona
We passed through or stayed in the following states:
- Ohio (starting and ending point)
- South Dakota
- New Mexico
Here are some pictures from the road to give you a taste of what we saw while in the old van.
At one point, my youngest daughter made this statement after being witness to all of the beauty in the west:
And scientists think all of this came from a speck!
At the time I just responded that God had created a lot of beauty for us to enjoy but later on I had this thought. Scientists need to believe that something came from something – even if it means hypothesizing a super condensed speck blowing up into our universe today (for you science geeks, I know that I am super simplifying that idea).
God didn’t have that limitation – He created all we see from nothing.