Openings on the September Dinosaur Dig!

by Creation Museum on August 16, 2010

You now have the opportunity to join Buddy Davis in Glendive, Montana and hunt for dinosaur fossils!  We had a fantastic time in July (check out the earlier posts on this blog to see pictures and details).  We found dinosaur teeth, vertebrae, and other dinosaur bones, as well as fossil figs, gar fish scales, and turtle bones and shell pieces.  We worked in the field and saw the results of Noah’s flood all around us—and our discoveries were explained in light of true history—a priceless experience!

At the end of each day in the field, we enjoyed a delicious dinner together. Then we gathered in the hotel conference room to listen and sing along with Buddy Davis and learn about flying dragons, Alaskan adventures and more.

The September dig is September 13-17, 2010.  The registration fee is $925, $835 for Creation Museum members.  That includes everything you need to dig, dig instruction, transportation in Glendive, catered lunches and dinners, a visit to the Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum and Makoshika State Park, and teaching and music by Buddy Davis.  You are responsible for your transportation to Glendive and lodging. We recommend the Comfort Inn, where we have a group rate and where our activities are based.  The hotel provides breakfast for guests.

Participants must be at least 12 years old, and minors must be accompanied by a participating parent or guardian.

 To register, click here.  There are two spots available.