Thursday, June 20, 2013
Today I went with a group from church to The Creation Tour at Glen Eyrie in Colorado Springs. That was an interesting program. They told how the layers of earth were formed after the flood, how the larger stones and smaller stones were moved into place. They showed in the video the fossils and how the fish fossils in places like Wyoming still had all the fins on them, so they couldn't have sat and rotted over a long period of time.
They talked about the rock from a volcano in Hawaii that erupted 50 years ago and some from Mount St. Helens that was from 1980 that was sent to Europe for age identification. The result was that the Hawaiian rock was 1 million years old and that from Mount St. Helens was from 800,000 years ago.
Then we went on a short hike (maybe 45 minutes) and looked at the stone formations on the property. I would like to find a book that tells all they were talking about today.
After the tour we went to a place called The Mason Jar for lunch. I had the small catfish meal and brought half home for dinner tonight. I really enjoyed the day