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The Creation Museum’s Christmas Town

December 16, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

The Creation Museum's Christmas TownThe Creation Museum’s Christmas Town offers a unique, in-depth look at the biggest holiday of the year – Christmas!

A free attraction, the popularity of the Creation Museum’s Christmas Town has grown tremendously since opening in 2008. 25,000 visitors toured the exhibit in 2011 alone!

Witness reenactments of Joseph and Mary caring for the newborn baby Jesus in a first century house Nativity scene; listen as Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist, describe her experience of hearing about two famous birth announcements; hear as a temple guard relate his transformation from darkness to belief during a murderous mission to Bethlehem; encounter one of the magi and hear of his life-changing journey to visit the Child King.

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Big Bone Lick State Park – Salt and Mastodons

November 20, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Big Bone Lick State Park

Big Bone Lick State Park – Salt and Mastodons

Just south of the Kentucky/Ohio border, in the North River Region of Kentucky, is a fascinating stretch of land known as the Big Bone Lick State Park.

This funny sounding name has a couple of origins. First, a “lick” is a place with salt in the ground where animals converge to literally lick the ground for the salt necessary for their diets.

But what about “Big Bone”?

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