I just heard all of you say, "Really??" That's what I thought, too. So on President's Day, we checked it out.
Please be nice to my pictures, it's stinkin hard to take pictures in a museum, what with all the glass and dim lights. I definitely could have used a big tripod.
I think this is a brittle star fossil. There were some weird shadows and glares that I could figure out how to get rid off, so I just made it look cool. Do you think it looks cool?
What can I say, Sean and I have a very juvenile sense of humor.
Pretty cool formations caused by lightening striking sand. Do you remember Deep South Glass from Sweet Home Alabama? Yeah, it's like that.
This is some nifty lookin' rock. I didn't have steady enough hands to prevent blurriness, so I just smudged it all to make it look kinda neat.
I want to meet this guy, I think he'd be a hoot.
Wicked teeth. And a cool swim cap.
Neat seashell fossil things. They're neat.
Back off! Chomp chomp.
I look a little nervous, don't I. Who wouldn't be after seeing Night at the Museum, right?
Duck and cover!
That dude has a lot of skeleton.
Twas an historic battle of epic proportions.
Sean wanted to make sure that we got a picture of this pleasant diorama.
***Sean just informed me that those holes aren't for eyes. Shows how much I know.
Imagined being approached by this toothy guy with those crazy wing arms. Yikes!
Guess what this is, guess! Super ancient basketball? Miniature moon? Nope, it's an egg. A cool sphere egg. Nifty neat.
Whoooa, duuuude, a sea turtle! Totally righteous!
Gigantor fish. Be very afraid.
How artistic of this fish to die on this big leaf, I appreciate it so very much.