I said, "I've never known this dish to be crepe or pancake related."
The Man replied, "I guess we're not in Thai Kansas any more."
Today was adventure weekend, day 2, and we surprised Small One with a trip to Dinosaur World. In case you are unaware of its existence, Dinosaur World is a strange attraction, with locations in three states. Part pretend zoo, part educational exhibit, part tourist attraction, it is goofy, campy, equal parts hilarious and educational, a little surreal. Visitors start out at a gift shop, proceed to a "museum" that primarily contains artifacts like dinosaur teeth and mammoth tusk parts, and then watch a "movie" on a not particularly large television, in what the proprietors call "movie cave"... basically, a small outbuilding.
Kids can participate in a "fossil dig":
Visitors can pose inside a dinosaur head, where some choose to look as though they need help...
while others choose to maintain a cheerful disposition and positive attitude.
But of course, the main attraction is the dinosaurs, which are scattered along a half mile trail. Some are sort of, almost, realistic looking...
while some are bizarrely comical.
What is this, anyway? An alienosaurus? A moviemonsterdon?
There's more to tell, but it'll have to wait until tomorrow, because tomorrow's adventure involves church at 8am. Yawn.