The girls posed for a picture outside the Phoenix City Hall that was right by the buildings we were visiting.
After the Slim Goodbody show at The Orpheum Theatre we had lunch at a street vendor and then decided to visit the Wells Fargo History Museum.
It was all about the history of Wells Fargo Co. of course.
We had fun looking around and doing the activities they had there. We printed American Dollar Bills with our faces on them.
We took a simulated ride in a stage coach:
We printed a newspaper with each of our photos on it that was about the Pony Express that used to be owned by Wells Fargo 150 years ago.
We also used some machines that used to be for punching holes in checks. Apparently this is where the phrase "cut a check" came from.
Here is my little guy in his Ergo carrier... I love this thing!
He is such a happy little boy!
God has been very, very good to me.
Love and hugs,