Donna D’Errico Abandons Her Quest for Noah’s Ark
I have mentioned a few times that Donna D’Errico of Baywatch ‘fame’ was attempting to hike Mt. Ararat so that she could discover Noah’s Ark. Of course, the likelihood of that discovery was about minus one thousand, but apparently, that didn’t stop her from planning such an endeavor. However, she has announced that she is abandoning her quest for the remains of Noah’s Ark before she has barely started.
According to TMZ
Donna D’Errico is canceling her life-long dream quest to find Noah’s Ark because she fears if she makes the trip … she might never return.
D’Errico announced her plans in January to head out on an expedition to Mount Ararat in Turkey — where the Bible says the Ark came to rest — something she’s wanted to do since she was a little girl. She’s been training to make the climb for the past 12 weeks and it’s all been filmed for an eight-part documentary.
But now D’Errico is scrapping the plans, telling TMZ she now fears for her safety if she goes.
First, her hiking partner canceled because of death threats. Then, her guide (a local Kurdish man) “relentlessly attempted to talk [her] out of” going … and eventually he jumped ship as well.
That’s too bad. I wish she would have went because then, instead of believing childish things such as
I’d read different stories about how people thought they found the cages and I was completely intrigued,” she said. “I decided that someday I’d go to Turkey, climb Mount Ararat and search for Noah’s ark.
she might start to investigate why the global flood is physically impossible ["Forget About Noah's Ark; There Was No Worldwide Flood by Dr. Robert Cargill], and why it would be impossible in any logical manner whatsoever to consider two kinds of every animal fitting into the Ark described in Genesis (or for any length of time even if they could hypothetically get in).
On the plus side: pretty dilettante is pretty.