Our weekly Oklahoma adventures led us to Enid this week to check out Leonardo's Children's Museum. It opens at 10 pm and has an outdoor and indoor play area. It was $8 a person. Honestly, it is the outdoor part worth the $8 per person. It was awesome! The inside was okay, but we are spoiled by the Oklahoma Science Museum, which is sooooooo good and so huge.
We then went to Vance Air Force Base to let the kiddos see the planes take off and climb on the planes outside the base. Harvey was not impressed. Jude loved it. Go figure.
We also visited an antique shop where we gave the kiddos a $5 bill and told them they had to work together to pick out a new toy. #teachingmoment They loved it. They worked together for the most part and we worked on counting, addition, and talking to adults (they handed the money to the cashier themselves).
Then to top it off, we stopped by The Bike Shop, which was super cool! They were so nice and had an awesome selection with great prices. We will be back. Then a quick stop at sonic for a snack for the ride home. Awesome day. We heart Enid.
Once again we took our film cameras. However, this time, I foolishly thought I could save some $$$ and scan the negatives myself. Sorry for the major quality difference from the last Adventure Oklahoma post. Anyway, next time I will let the experts at Bedford handle the scanning. Until then, here is a mash up of jared's contaflex, my canon elan iie, and an iphone. You will have no trouble deciphering the iphone photos.