UFO’s, Aliens, & Two Geeky Middle-Aged Kids

So far our trip has been filled with natural wonders, the history of our planet, ice age giants, lost cultures and the drawings they left behind, but this week we take a slightly different look at history. One that questions whether all historical records are actually true at all. Yes, I'm talking UFOs and alien... Continue Reading →

Living Desert Zoo & Gardens

I have a confession to make. Before our trip I'd only seen the desert from 35,000 feet. From that altitude it looked pretty beige, unappealing, and lifeless. When Mr. McGee suggested going to the desert for our spring vacation I agreed (at first) because I love him and not because it was anywhere near the... Continue Reading →

Mammoths & Camels in Texas?

When I was a little girl I wanted to become a paleontologist - a real life down on bad knees, aching back, dirt under your nails, leather-skinned paleontologist. But life happens; college is expensive; I realized it probably wasn't a practical dream and I went into business management where I could receive free on the... Continue Reading →

Florida’s Tallest Waterfall

Day one - Falling Waters State Park Our first adventure began with a little change in scenery. We left the space coast and headed toward the northwest corner of the state where we stopped at Falling Waters State Park to camp for the night. After driving for almost 8 hours, and crossing one time zone,... Continue Reading →

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