Waco Mammoth Site - A Herd of Mammoth remains was found in 1978 by two young men. My husband was on a Geology trip with a class from #Baylor, and was there when the original thigh bone was found in a river bed.

If you've never visited the Waco Mammoth Site, it's a must! // In 1978, two men stumbled upon a large bone eroding out of a ravine. They took the bone to the Strecker Museum at Baylor University, where it was identified as a Colombian mammoth. The rest was history.

Jacobs Ladder, Cameron Park, Waco, TX...Climbed this many times as a child.

The Mammoth Site: Mammoth Hot Springs. Near Rapid city South Dakota. Active archaeological site.

Houston, TX

A look at the Cameron Park Zoo in Waco, Texas.

Lockhart, TX

Palo Duro Canyon State Park, TX

Some remains of the ancient city of Sagalassos in the Taurus Mountains of Turkey

Chisos mountains, Big Bend National Park, TX

BSR Cable Park in Waco, Texas

City Lights

The Mayborn Museum features a natural science and cultural history that focuses on Central Texas with walk-in dioramas including one on the Waco Mammoth Site, and exploration stations for geology, paleontology, archaeology and natural history.

TX City Map

Rio Grande, Big Bend Ranch State Park, TX

Antonio Gil Ybarbo, founder of Nacogdoches in 1779, oldest city in TX ...

Tyre (South Lebanon) an ancient Phoenician city and the legendary birthplace of Europa and Elissa (Dido). The city has a number of ancient sites, including its Roman Hippodrome which was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1979.

✯ Tallulah Gorge - Georgia, *USA

Bust of Quanah Parker, Palo Duro Canyon, TX

Mammoth Cave National Park. Loved this place. I want to go back so bad!

Heracleion - Lost Egyptian city submerged 6.5 kilometres off Alexandria's coastline revealed after 1,200 years. Among the underwater ruins were 64 ships, 700 anchors, a treasure trove of gold coins, statues standing at 16 feet, and most notably the remains of a massive temple to the god Amun-Gereb, and the tiny sarcophagi for the animals that were brought there as offerings. http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-lost-city-of-heracleion