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Friday, February 4, 2011

On my mind: What surprises will 2011 bring?

Sometimes you have to travel a great distance to see weird and wonderful things, sometimes you stumble across the bizarre close to home. As I anticipate our travel adventures for 2011, can't help but reminisce over some of the outings that made me smile in 2010. Of all the sights I was fortunate enough to take in last year, this tarted up mammoth ranks among the most memorable, and I only had to drive to a neighboring town to see it. Can't wait to see what surprises 2011 will bring!


Thanks, SouleMama and down---to---earth, for starting this Friday photo sharing. If you stopped by, please leave your link so I can return the favor.

13 comments:

Mary said...

I have been to a park dedicated to prehistoric animals. I hope to camp there one day!

Dmarie said...

where Mary? always looking for new adventures.

Buttons said...

Hello Dmarie I really like that post. I love surprises and the more unusual the better. Close to home is always nice to explore, sometimes we forget the best things may be just around the corner.B

Dmarie said...

couldn't agree more, Buttons!

giozi said...

ohh is blue :D

Miriam said...

Wow, that statue really is somethin' :). Enjoy your weekend! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

singlemama said...

oh, I have both:

http://singlemamafranny.blogspot.com/2011/02/this-moment.html

http://singlemamafranny.blogspot.com/2011/02/on-my-mind.html

SimplyFaith said...

That would stand out in my memory too! Where we lived before, we'd gone to a neighboring town library - not only was it a library, it was a historical site, with a natural museum, and a nature preserve outside. Love finding treasures in the back yard ;)

Vi said...

What an interesting Mammoth. :-)
Great that it was so close to home.

Chicago Bears Fan said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love your blog, love that mammoth!!

PhD Journey: fire, kids, erosion said...

if only it came back alive. What would its mum say about that dress sense ; )
Gorgeous creatures

Susan said...

Well now... what a sight!
Can imagine the giggles as that dandy mammoth was put together ;-)

Marie said...

:):)!

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