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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Tyrell Museum With an Old Friend

On Aug 30th I had a friend from high school wanna go to the museum.  She now lives in Florida and we don't get to see each other very often so I absolutely went :)  Its amazing how it seemed like we only saw each other last week...we are friends on Facebook but we don't talk that much she has her life and I have mine and it just gets busy. But sure enjoyed catchin up with her again, specially at a cool place like the Tyrell Museum.

She was only gonna be up for a couple days and I am lucky she chose to come see me :)

 (asking questions of the guy digging out bone from a old cast (1985 I think he said)

 (this room was cool, in the dark and created like an art museum)

( He looked like the eel from the Old Mario game...)

 (....and he bit Neil!)

 (cool carrot thingys in the aquarium)

 (WOW....Billion Dollar rock!)

 (I like these they look like related to a sailfish)

 (the rock of Alberta, petrified wood)

 (cool frog that was red on the bottom)

 (Neil standing by the giant dinasour leg)

 (me by the leg)

 (A big dinosaur eating a little dinosaur)

 (My favorite dino, the stegasaurus)

 (weird looking dino head)

 (we saw how they work at a dig)

 (A triceritops in the workroom)

 (a sabre tooth tiger attacking a mamoth)

 (Who knew neil weighs as much as an elk?)

(they were doing cave drawings as well)

I haven't been there for a couple years and a few things have changed, I still like going there :)  Always something new to see there...specially with a friend who I haven't seen in a long time.


CDH said...

What a cool place. I like going to dinosaur museums and such. They are so cool and HUGE!

Shirley said...

That is one cool museum, love the pics of you next to the leg bones. Really nice that your old friend made the time to visit with you.

K.K. said...

We went to that museum on a band trip to Edmonton when I was in high school! I loved it because I had always been fascinated by dinosaurs!

4RRanch said...

I love dinosaurs, what a great museum. Thanks for the tour.