*Guided interactive tour of the 3 museums and 1 aquarium set on a level to entertain children of all ages
*Scavenger Hunt through out all of Cabela's
*Shooting Gallery Tokens for each child
*Fish food to feed the fish in the pond
*Lunch for the child which includes pizza, drink, and dessert.
We were split up into three different groups so we could roam the store. Did you know that Cabela’s has been opened 50 years this year?
It’s a huge store with lots of real, stuffed animals from all over the world.
Here we are waiting in the conference area so that we can get our instructions before we split up into groups.
Did you know that if you kill an elephant overseas that you’re not allowed to bring the tusk with you? You can stuff it but without the tusk.
The Gun Gallery
They had a sniper rifle used in the military. It can fire it’s bullet 3 miles. Ms. Christine is showing the kids the bullet for this gun. Each bullet cost $5!
Some of the kids got to test out a tree stand.
Asa saying, “Cheese!”
In the shooting gallery
“Auntie” Allie with Isaac
The Back Country Wildlife Museum
Eating our lunch
More of the store
Abram and Sarah
Kristie, one of our moms who is a photographer, made this video from our field trip. She captured some great pictures and said I could share it with you. Thanks Kristie!!!
Check it out!
You can check out some more pictures from our field trip at Candi’s blog. She got some really good shots.