The water tower in Florence cracks me up. I'm laughing out loud now as I'm posting. Where other than Kentucky is a city proud of saying y'all?! It's been painted this way for at least 20 years.
- We went on Saturday and it was very crowded.
- The museum is geared for readers, or children older than Mr. Intensity.
- It was the first museum I've been to that esteemed the Bible. Lots of Bible - everywhere. I believe in the Bible and it was almost too pushy for me. The above sign was quite witty saying, "This space is still evolving."
- We will go again when Mr. Intensity is older.
While you're there - you can also visit the Gap outlet. It's a real outlet...as in, the last stop before the trash so you have to check for holes, missing buttons, etc. I got some AMAZING deals. Like Gap pants for $7. Hubby got Banana Republic dress pants for $10. Best of all was a Gap winter coat for Mr. Intensity for $10.