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abraham cota paredes frames views of the sky in this private home in mexico

Creation Science Dinosaur Unit {The Unlikely Homeschool}

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7 Hidden L.A. Gems That'll MAKE Your Weekend

7 Hidden L.A. Gems That'll MAKE Your Weekend #refinery29 Museum Of Jurassic Technology Don’t let the name fool you. This place has nothing to do with dinosaurs (sad face) or archeological artifacts. But, walking through this museum is like stepping back in time. From the dimly lit alcoves and winding corridors to the antique wood display cases and baroque music playing, you’ll feel like you’re on a Victorian-era adventure. ...

Hyde Park - Museum of Science and Industry Chicago. When I was a boy, this was my favorite hangout. I spent a lot of time at that large model train layout and the coal mine exhibit.

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco Also home to such attractions as the de Young Museum and the Academy of Sciences, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park features a half-dozen gardens that sparkle in the spring, including areas devoted to roses, tulips and native California plants, as well as flowers mentioned in the works of Shakespeare. You can also find exotic tropical flowers in the Conservatory of Flowers, which dates from the 1870s and is one of the oldest wooden conservatories in the…

Old Faithful erupting, winter in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Adventure Park at Frankenmuth, Michigan

Forest Park in St. Louis - Largest City Park in United States. Home to Muny Outdoor Theater, History Museum, Art Museum, Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Handball Courts, baseball fields, The Jewel Box, Ice Skating, St. Louis Zoo (one of the best in the world - and it is FREE), Science Center, The Boathouse, and miles of biking and walking trails. It is the Jewel of St. Louis!

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Mysterious Tiny Door Discovered in Tree in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park

Back in March a tiny wooden door was discovered at the base of an elm tree in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. The door has become a bit of a destination for park visitors, who have been leaving behind notes, coins, acorns, and other trinkets inside the tree. The mystery door is located in the park Concourse near the De Young Museum and the California Academy of Sciences. (Click to read article.)