Family, Kids, Museums, parenting, Pets, Travel, Uncategorized

Science Gone to the Dogs

If you’re in So Cal and need a weekend activity and love dogs, head over to the California Science Center in Los Angeles to check out ‘Dogs! A Science Tail.’ This new featured exhibit opened this past Saturday, March 16, 2019 and will run through January 2020. With the boys gone over the weekend for… Continue reading Science Gone to the Dogs

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Hiking, Museums, national parks, outdoors, photography, Travel, Uncategorized

Petrified Forest National Park

It's probably difficult to imagine, but hundreds of millions of years ago, Arizona was a tropical rainforest, rich in greenery and trees.  Over time, the geology of the earth shifted and changed, eventually becoming the Arizona we know today. Over the course of that time, stream and river deposits formed the Chinle Formation in what… Continue reading Petrified Forest National Park

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El Malpais National Monument

After a quick four days in New Mexico, it was time to begin the second portion of our Spring Break 2K18 roadtrip.  We loaded up and headed west for Flagstaff, AZ, where we would spend two days before heading back to the LA area.  We headed out right after breakfast with the intention of stopping… Continue reading El Malpais National Monument

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Lincoln County Historic Sites

After two days in a row exploring our national monuments with many miles of driving, we kept the Thursday before leaving for Flagstaff 'local.' We used the day as a low-key rest day, but one with visits to the surrounding villages and their historic sites. Our first stop was to the town of Capitan. After… Continue reading Lincoln County Historic Sites

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Carlsbad Caverns

The highlight of our Spring Break 2K18 Southwest Adventure was definitely Carlsbad Caverns. We had been desiring to visit the national park for at least ten years now, and finally were staying close enough to make it a reality. The three-hour drive from Ruidoso via Roswell was well worth it. Carlsbad Caverns was amazing. Carlsbad… Continue reading Carlsbad Caverns