Thursday, April 28, 2011

To Denver and Beyond

 On our way to Kansas City we stoped at the Louisville Slugger museum and factory. This is the place where the major league baseball bats are made. During the tour we learned that on Mother's Day the company was going to make pink bats for all the major league players to use. Later, after the tour we went to the batting cages. I would say I did well but I don't think anyone who was watching me would.

We went to the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and rode up in a tram to the top of the building. On the way up in the tram we got stuck about half-a-minute to the top. My mom freaked out! She may not of screamed on the inside, but we all know she was screaming on the inside. It was a great view from the top and you could see the St. Louis Cardinals baseball stadium.

 In Kansas City we went to a college basketball center where you could do all sorts of activities. It was like a Chuck E. Cheese with only basketball games. On one floor were the taller hoops for adults and on the lower floor there were Xboxes, giant hoops, and an information desk (that part wasn't very exciting).

We went to the State Building in Denver and walked up to the point where we were one mile above sea level as you can see. We walked up to the to where you could see all of Denver, well most of it.

 For Easter we went to Ohio and stayed with my mom's fiend Abby from college. We stayed three days and got to meet Abby's nieces.

1 comment:

  1. I miss you so much.How long has been since you left. It feels like you have been gone for a year.
    Lauren :(