Today’s prompt: dinosaurs Okay, that’s a little too broad. In reality we were each given a time period from the prehistoric past of earth and wrote a story. I like how my story turned out but oh my goodness, there were some excellent and wonderfully ridiculous stories from this prompt. Journal Entry – Ship Log
We stopped here for two reasons gas and dinosaurs. There are a strangely large number of dinosaur figures on the sides of Texas roads or in fields. We must have an odd love of dinosaurs. There is a green brachiosaurus somewhere off HW 287 and recently while hiking down near Navasota, TX we went past
In the B.C. era of 2020 I began a Close to Home series looking at all those interesting places right around that we normally miss on the way to adventures in far away places. I had heard about this rock art trail but hadn’t visited. Keltin came across it while out running on a new
This is the year for social distancing birthdays and Keltin’s is in August. For his special day he wanted a nice hike and decided on Dinosaur Valley State Park. I personally love Dinosaur Valley because I camped their often as a kid with my grandparents but had never hiked. This state park is worth hiking.
Grapevine was supposed to have a Jurassic Garden event at the botanic gardens – due to the pandemic it was rightly cancelled but we did get some pictures with the dinos before everything was closed. They were still setting up for the event at the time so some of these dinosaurs were only partly put
A review of one of my favorite books: Jurassic Park. Happy reading!