The next day we headed to the Cherokee Heritage Center.
We learned so much on this little trip!
We learned about baskets and blow darts, the trail of tears, arrowheads, bows, stickball, and all sorts of other things!
We got to see all that even though it was 10 billion degrees outside! (I can't help but stipulate here that we have no right to complain about the weather given the weather where Daddy is right now. Even in spite of that, though, we were HOT!)
Fortunately there was quite a bit to see inside where the air conditioning was working very effectively.
On the way home we found something Jeremiah was so excited about! He has asked a couple times recently to go see the Statue of Liberty. Our boys have inherited our love for travel. Both of them ask to go random places and see random things on a weekly basis. Last week it was Hawaii. This week it's Antarctica. We aren't able to take them to all the places they would like to see so when we spotted this little gem on the side of the road, it was a pleasure to be able to stop and let Jeremiah have his moment with his mini-Statue of Liberty. Maybe someday we'll be able to take him to see the real one.