(formerly "KidServant's Log") Random thoughts about ministry, life, happenings, and observations from the fevered, furrowed brow of Timotheous (aka "Teacher Tim").
The opinions expressed therein are mine alone and may not always reflect the views of....well, you get the idea.
Today, we made a day trip to Winston, Oregon, home of "Wildlife Safari." This was my first time to this southern Oregon attraction. In fact, it was my first time ever to a drive through a wildlife park. As we passed the huge entrance, all I could hear in my head was Sir Richard Attenborough saying, "Welcome...to Jurassic Park!"
Of course, we didn't see any dinosaurs. But we did see..
AND BEARS. OH MY!
AND LAWN DECORATIONS (just wanted to see if you were still reading!)
Many times, as I go places, I tend to spot principles and concepts. Today was "Children's Day" at the Safari, a fact we did not take into accout when planning this trip. As we toured the "Village" (the combination visitor center and small animal exhibits and more), we saw kids constantly squeeling in delight and exitement over God's creation. I believe places like this are a great opportunity to help our kids see the hand of our Maker.
And in a more practical vein, Wildlife Safari knows how to do signs well (a lesson from Kidmin Facility Management 101)