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Monday, August 11, 2014


Last week, the family and I had the pleasure to travel to Thermopolis, Wyoming.  I was giving a presentation at the library, and since it's a 4-hour drive, we decided to make a family day of it.

We had so much fun!  We went to the Dinosaur Museum and played at a park before heading to the library.  It was such an awesome day.  We all want to go back and spend more time there!

The boys looking at prehistoric fish.

The boys touching fossilized dinosaur eggs.

A pterosaur skull.

Part of the dig site that was not active during our visit.

The active dig site where bones are being discovered and unearthed.

My youngest helping me take photos of the dig site.

The view from the dig site.

A photo the youngest took of his brother at the dig site.

While we were in town, before we had to go to the library, we found a playground for the kids to play on.  While there, a mother deer and her twin babies (who still had spots) were casually grazing.  It's hard to see them in this photo, but they were adorable!

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