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INSTABITS : July 2014

It’s a brand new month, which means it’s time for my July Instagram dump :)

This was Ckloy’s pasalubong from Texas :D  Most of my free time has gone into making good use of this baby. I’m currently playing Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends.  Ezra and I have loved that game since Bam introduced it to us almost a decade ago.

Date outfit for when Ckloy and I watched Transformers: Age Of Extinction

Brinks has been complaining that she never sees mocha ice cream at the grocery anymore, so when I found this,  I had to share it with her XD

My hair got some much needed TLC this month.  I used to go for treatments every month back when I had colored hair, but ever since I went back to my natural color my hair has been healthier and I haven’t needed it as much.

This is what my bedroom ceiling currently looks like thanks to Glenda. Read more about it in this entry.

Glenda aftermath at our house

There wasn’t much to do without electricity so I spent most of my free time reading ebooks.  This was one of the ones I finished this month, and I loved it!  It reminded me a lot of the Sea of Tranquility, which was my favorite book of 2013 :)  I wrote a review for it which you can read HERE.  (This was the first book in the More series. I tried reading the others but so far I don’t like them that much)

Since it took a week for electricity to be restored at our house, we would occasionally invade my uncle’s house in San Pablo so we can charge our devices and go online.

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Thailand 2013 : Indra Regent, Siam Paragon and Lady boys

For Christmas this year (well … last year, since this entry’s 7 months late), our family went to Bangkok.  The last time Ezra and I were there was back in 2009, so we were pretty excited.  Thailand will always hold a special place in our hearts because back when we lived in Myanmar, there were no direct flights from the Philippines and we would always have to spend the night in Bangkok.

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This is the second year in a row where we spent Christmas day at the airport :D We went there early because last time we flew on Christmas day, it was very crowded
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We were pretty relaxed this time since we had plenty of time to spare before our flight.  We took advantage of the airport’s free wifi to surf the net while waiting.


After a peaceful 3-hour flight, we landed safely in Bangkok.

We booked a shuttle to take us to our hotel, but the van that was supposed to pick us up got stuck in traffic due to the protests.  Fortunately the company had this little lounge where we could wait.

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Garcia girls on their iPads.  What were we so busy with?

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Why Candy Crush of course.

After a short wait our shuttle arrived to take us to our hotel, the Indra Regent Hotel.

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My parents have stayed in this hotel countless times before because of work, but this was Ezra’s and my first time there.




It was Christmas day so naturally they had this huge Christmas tree in the lobby


Hallway leading to our room


My parents booked the Lanna Suite, which was at the very end of the hallway.


Ezra posing with the beautifully carved door to our suite


Inside, there’s this little foyer.  If you turn right at the end you have Ezra’s and my room, and to the left is my parents room


Ezra and I were surprised by how spacious our room was.  You could probably fit two more beds in there.  Plus, we had a queen sized bed each.  Plenty of room to roll around while we sleep :D

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The master’s bed room was even fancier of course.  But it had a lot furniture so they didn’t have as much space to move around.  They had a vanity table, a sofa set and a four poster bed.


Cute mirror

The master’s bathroom also had a shower and a tub :D (Our room only had the shower)

Since we haven’t had dinner yet, we decided to walk around outside and look for a place to eat after dropping our luggage off.  Our hotel is actually connected to a shopping mall, which has a nice food court, but they close at around 6pm. It was pretty late so most of the restaurants were already closed too.  We did see lots of these carts selling Thai street food.  We were pretty tempted to try them, only we didn’t have plates or utensils we could use.  I think these are mainly made for take-out customers.

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Eventually we found a small family-owned restaurant nearby that was still open and we had our dinner there.

Afterwards my dad went back to our hotel to rest, but we girls wanted to get a head start on our shopping.  We were in Thailand after all!  Fortunately our hotel is located right in the center of Pratunam Market.  It’s every shopper’s dream to have so many shops outside their doorstep.

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Everything was so affordable.  And we didn’t even have to bargain that much.  I ended up buying 5 dresses and 2 earrings in the two hours we spent there that evening.

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My mom wasn’t that interested in shopping for clothes but she did get excited when she saw these little buko juice.  They’re her favorite.  I expected them to taste like a regular coconut water but I was pleasantly surprised to find out how sweet and delicious they were.  I’m not sure if it’s a special kind of coconut or they did something to it, but it was super yummy.  Ezra and I got soon got addicted to these too and we’d buy one every night.

(I was planning on sharing scenes from our shopping adventures in this entry, but I realized how long it was getting so I decided to make a separate entry.  You can read it HERE.)

The next day my mom had to work, so she stayed in the room while my dad showed Ezra and I around the mall.  But before that, we had breakfast at our hotel first.


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The breakfast room was open air, which we enjoyed because the weather was nice and cool.  We just had to make sure to keep a close eye on our food because there were lots of birds in the area waiting to steal them off our plates.

While we were eating, one of the staff came up to us to tell us that we were in the wrong breakfast room.  She told us that since we booked a suite, we should have had our breakfast at their second breakfast room.  We were almost finished eating so we told them we’d rather not transfer.  But after we were done, we decided to go down to the other breakfast room to see what they offered.


Unlike the other breakfast room, this one was indoor.  I expect that the guests appreciate that during the summer, but since it was December, it didn’t really make a big difference.  And to be honest, the buffet was pretty much the same as the other breakfast room, except this one had an omelette station and bacon.  (Well, I suppose for some people the presence of bacon is enough reason to upgrade….).  But honestly, we preferred the other breakfast room because it was more spacious.

My parents told us that the hotel had a koi pond nearby, so we decided to go and check it out


We passed by the pool on our way there.


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Look how big they are!  Some of them were longer than our arms!

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After playing with the fish, my mom went back to the room to work and my dad took us to go shopping at Indra Square, which was connected to our hotel.  (You can access it via the 2nd floor).  I picked up a dress and a phone case there.


Ezra found this giant lolly and she convinced my dad to get it for her.  It took her three days to finish the entire thing.

My parents wanted us to see this mall called Siam Paragon, so we decided to have our lunch there.  We went back to our room to pick my mom up and grabbed a cab to take us there.  It’s actually walking distance from our hotel, but we were really hungry so we wanted to get there faster.

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We found this interesting sign on our cab window.  It’s an illustration of things that aren’t allowed inside the vehicle. Some of them were very clear, but some were confusing.  Ezra and I were laughing at the  the one the middle because we figured it meant “no hanky panky in the cab”, but my mom’s convinced that it meant “no fighting”, lol.  What do you guys think?  Also, the one on the far right has us stumped.  Is that a sheep or a goat?  Ezra says it looks like a ghost.  So “no haunting the cab”?

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SKDR Films : Today is My Day (Santa Monica and Little Tokyo)

It will probably be a while before I have my US 2014 entries up on this blog.  Right now I’m still working on our Thailand vacation from last Christmas, so it’s going to take some time before I make it to our California trip.  Thankfully, Kurt has been working on the editing the videos he took of us while we were there last summer, and he’s posted a few of them on his youtube account.  I figured I’d share them here as well since I love them so much.

Here’s the first one he made.  This was taken on our very first day there.  He took us to Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, Target (for some make up shopping) and Little Tokyo.

Thanks for showing us around and for the awesome video Kurt!

PS. Obviously I was kidding about the VHS tape at the end.  I grew up watching movies on VHS, and I would even record my favorite shows on them so I could watch them over and over.  VCDs didn’t come out until I was in middle school XD

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Week 24/52 : Life’s roughest storms prove the strength of our anchors

This manipulation was obviously inspired by the recent weather here in the Philippines. Over the past week, we’ve had two typhoons, and we’re expecting another one this weekend. I’ve already written a blog post about what Glenda did to our house and my grandparents’ house, which you can read HERE.

We finally have power at our house again, yay! Let me tell you, living a week without electricity is no fun. It wasn’t even about not being able to get online or play games or watch TV. I thought that those would be what I missed the most, but I was wrong. I missed our washing machine, our microwave, our fridge and our electric fan. Our dirty laundry piled up because it was so much harder having to wash them by hand. And having to go to the market and cook every day was no walk in the park, but we had no choice because we can’t have leftovers since they would spoil easily in our hot and humid climate. But now the power’s back and I can’t be happier. Hopefully this means I can edit the rest of my self portraits soon.  (Although, looking on the bright side, having nothing to do at home meant I was able to brainstorm and come up with a couple of new ideas for my 52-week project :D)

I had fun shooting and editing this. I had to piece different parts of my body together during post processing since it wasn’t easy to pose as if you’re being carried off by the wind. And I had to paint almost all my hair on since I couldn’t use the fan when I shot this. But I really like how it turned out.

Here are the stocks I used for this image:

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Glenda aftermath

It’s been a week since Typhoon Glenda hit the Philippines, and we’re still trying to recover from the devastation it brought upon us in the CALABARZON region.  Several places are still without power (including our house), and the roads are still littered with all sorts of debris.  The Philippines is known to be visited by several typhoons every year, so I’ve experienced my fair share of them, but this was the first time that I was legitimately scared during one.

The typhoon reached our area around midnight, and by then it wasn’t that strong yet.  I figured it would be another one of our garden variety typhoons.  Two hours later I woke up because our neighbor’s fence had collapsed and the wind was making it trash around and hit the window above my head.  By this time the power had gone out and the storm had gotten much worse.  I tried to block out the sound by wearing headphones and blasting music on my iPod, but I still couldn’t sleep because I could literally feel our entire house shaking due to the wind.  I closed my curtains because the sight of our palm tree convulsing on our front lawn freaked me out.

I knew I wasn’t going to be able to sleep that night so I just laid in bed and braced myself for the long and scary night ahead.  Apparently I wasn’t the only one with this plan.  My sister walked in my room a few minutes later and told me that she couldn’t sleep because she was worried about our house.  We went to our parents’ room to check to see how they were doing and found them lying in bed, wide awake.  My dad’s sisters were visiting us from California and they couldn’t sleep either.  They were so scared and asked us if this was normal. We spent the night making sure all the windows were closed and checking up on different parts of the house.  At around 4am, my room started leaking so I had to move my stuff out, including my mattress.  The wind subsided around 6am, but it started up again around 7am.  It was a lot less terrifying since the sun had risen and the whole house was awake by this time, but it was still awful.  Glenda finally left us alone around 10am, and we went outside to check the damage.


The palm tree in front of our house collapsed.  It’s been there ever since I can remember and it has survived dozens of typhoons, but it wasn’t strong enough to withstand Glenda


Poor palm tree


The rest of our plants didn’t fare too well either:



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INSTABITS : June 2014

Hello hello!  I can’t believe that the first half of 2014 is officially over!  One more month before classes start again.

Anyway, July has arrived, which means it’s time for my Instagram dump for June.

Quick snapshot with our airport send off committee at LAX.  Every time we visit California, they’re the ones who take the time to pick us up and drop us off at the airport :D Thanks guys! Hope to see everyone again soon.

Raffy and Tio Ben spent a week with us this month and they visited me at my office one day (along with Ezra).

Ezra and I took them to see the Torii

Since it can get extremely hot and humid at our house during the day, Ezra would sometimes come with me to the office to enjoy our airconditioning.  There are usually 3 empty desks in my office and yet she insists on sharing my table. Tsk tsk…

I asked Ezra to take some pictures of me with the Space Needle when we were there last month, and this is what happened.

My BH cosmetics haul. I was only planning on getting the itsjudytime pallete (I love her!) but there was a sale and I ended up with a bunch of other great deals :)

Look who I found waiting to greet me at Taipei airport.  Kim Soo Hyun! <3

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My Golden Princess Cruise Experience

I’ve still got several entries lined up before I even get to my US 2014 vacation, but I had such an amazing time on this cruise that I can’t put off writing about it any longer.  I want to write this entry while the experience is still fresh in my mind.  I’ll most likely be making more in depth blog entries about each day of our cruise sometime in the future, so this is just a summary of our whole experience.

My aunt and uncle have been on this cruise before and they loved it.  In fact, they loved it so much that they’ve actually gone three times.  They strongly recommended it to us, which is why we decided to go this year for our parents 30th wedding anniversary.

We started off in LA so we had to catch a flight to Seattle because that’s where the cruise starts.


Our shuttle picked us up from the airport and took us to the Port of Seattle, where the ship was waiting


My mom and I, with the Golden Princess behind us.  We got there about an hour before they started allowing passengers to board the ship, so we just hung around outside and took pictures


Princess logo.  The Golden Princess has been sailing since May 2001.  The ship is 950 feet long and has 17 decks.  It’s HUGE!


When you check in, they give you a map of the ship (the card on top), as well as your cruise card.  Your cruise card has your name and dining information on it.  (Ezra’s and my card both say “Maria Garcia”, lol).  It acts as your room key, credit card and “passport” during your stay at the Golden Princess.  The staff will scan it every time you disembark or board the ship.  And any time you want to buy cocktails, special sundaes, shakes, or things from the ship’s gift shop, they will scan your card and all your purchases will appear in your final bill at the end of the cruise.  Most of the food, drinks and facilities on the ship are free, so the only time we charged something on our card was when we bought some souvenirs on the ship.


According to the Princess website, the ship has 1,318 state rooms where guests can stay.  Ezra and I were in room C728 on Deck 10 (Caribe).  My parents had the room next to us.  The passenger’s names are written on the white card just outside the door.  Once again, they shortened our names so this is what our card looked like:


The cleaning staff were very curious and asked us why our parents gave us the same name, lol.


This is what our state room looked like inside.  You can choose to get a suite or cabin with a balcony or a window, but we decided that if we wanted to see the ocean we’d just go out on the top deck.

And here are some pictures of the rest of the ship:


The elevator and stairs area


Inside “The Sanctuary”



The Neptune Pool and the outdoor theater where they show movies at night


They called it “Movies Under the Stars”.  I wanted to try watching a movie here but it was always so cold in the evening!  They give out blankets to keep the passengers warm, but I doubt that’s enough.  Most of the people we saw watching were bundled up in thick winter clothes.


In the morning it looks just like a regular pool area with lounge chairs

The Lap pool outside The Sanctuary



The Calypso Pool, which is just outside the Horizon Court (AKA the “buffet room”)

The ship has several pools and a few hot tubs, but we weren’t brave enough to face the cold and try them


The Piazza, where they hold several shows and activities every day


Here’s a picture of people gathering to participate in an egg drop competition


The ship offered loads of activities – from swimming and other sports, to shopping.  We even found a puzzle station there.  There are art galleries, lounges, theaters, etc.  There’s also a gym on board for those who want to stay fit.

There was always something going on during our stay there.  Every morning we woke up with the cruise newsletter at our door, which gives the schedule of activities for that day


It’s called the “Princess Patter”

Aside from the schedule, it contains notes from various members of the staff and friendly reminders.  We used it to plan our day on the ship.


The had all sorts of things on there, like this Advanced Digital Photography seminar which we attended


My parents also went to this other seminar which talked about diamonds

On Mother’s Day there was a “Mother’s Day Card Making” event in at the Sabatini restaurant, which Ezra and I attended



The ship provided us with lots of cute craft materials


We joined in on a few of their trivia game shows.  We weren’t very good, but we enjoyed learning new and interesting facts.


We also participated in this Musical Murder Mystery game held by the staff and a few audience volunteers

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INSTABITS : May 2014

I finally mustered enough will power to sit down and edit this entry.  I’m still on a vacation-high from our California trip and all I want to do these days is lock myself in an air-conditioned room and daydream about the places we visited.  I haven’t even finished unpacking my stuff.  I’ve gotten most of my things out of the balikbayan boxes, and I’m almost done emptying out my suitcase, but everything is just scattered all over the place.  It’s been a week and my room still looks like my luggage threw up in it.  I’m hoping that this little burst of kasipagan will last me all day and I’ll have enough resolve to tidy up a bit later.

Anyway, here’s May’s Instagram dump.  Most of these were taken during our vacation :)

Kurt had just gotten his April paycheck so he took Ezra and me out for dinner at Pizza Hut Wing Street.  Ezra loves their boneless BBQ chicken wings.  I used to hate them, but they grew on me and now I’m addicted as well.  I love the checkered tables they have there.  A few customers (they must be regulars) brought their chess pieces and had a match as they ate their food.

Madame Tussauds! Ever since I saw a documentary about Madame Tussauds on the History Channel, I’ve wanted to see what the fuss was all about. We were here last year too, but we didn’t go inside because we didn’t have that much time.  This year we scheduled a trip to actually go and explore the museum.

There were a lot of celebrity wax figures there.  And the cool thing was you can go up to them and touch them!  I’ve only been to one other wax museum before this, and all the displays were behind velvet ropes so we couldn’t get close to them.  At Madame Tussauds they encourage the visitors to interact with the displays.

We found this psychedelic wall there

Later that evening, we went to this Korean BBQ place called Tahoe Galbi.  Everything was so yummy and I definitely ate way more than I should have.  Diet? What diet?

It’s our summer vacation, so of course we had to visit the beach.  Kurt took us to Zuma Beach in Malibu.  The place was lovely, but the water was too cold to go swimming so we mostly played around in the sand.  We tried dipping our toes and they went numb from the cold, brrrr~  Also, we think we saw a whale off in the distance. (I only saw its back and the water coming out from its blowhole.)


Hello Paradise Pier!  As a late birthday gift to Ezra, and as an early birthday treat to me, Kurt got us tickets to Disney’s California Adventure :)  Thanks Kurt!

Ezra and I were always jealous of the little girls we saw wearing these Minnie Mouse ears in Disneyland when we were younger, but of course our parents said they were too expensive and refused to get them for us.  Now that we’ve both got jobs and are earning our own money, we finally got our childhood wish fulfilled.  Dreams do come true :D

We went on Mickey’s Fun Wheel.  It’s like a regular Ferris Wheel, but some of the cars inside have their own track, so aside from moving around in a huge circle, we were also moving along this track during the ride.  We went on a bunch of rides that some would consider “scary”, but this was the only ride in the park that made me dizzy! I wanted to get off halfway through.

We were surprised to discover that a lot of people aren’t that used to seeing GoPros or monopods yet. We got a lot of weird looks and curious strangers coming up to us to ask questions. (Most of them were more interested to know about the monopod.) One of them even joined us for a selfie XD  We only saw two other people inside the park with a monopod, and one of them was a Filipina too.  I guess we Filipinos really love selfies.

Old photo of my parents.  They celebrated their 30th anniversary this year so Ezra and I decided to surprise them with a slideshow of their photos through the years.  This was one of their many photos I found in our attic.

For their anniversary, they decided to take us on an Alaskan cruise!  Weeee~  Ezra and I have never been on a cruise before, so we were extremely excited.  Our ship was the Golden Princess , and it was beautiful!

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INSTABITS : April 2014

I opened my YouTube account this morning to find that I’ve been been flooded with “April favorites” videos from my favorite beauty gurus, which only meant that another month has come to an end.  I often lose track of time I’m on vacation, I didn’t realize that it was May already.  So here’s my photo dump for April.

Green smoothie time!  I mentioned in my February INSTABITS that I’ve been loving these lately.  I’ve been trying to eat healthier and this is just a great way to incorporate more fruits and veggies to your diet.

Meet my lunch/lamon-mates.  I always end up eating a lot when I’m with them :D

Happy selfie :)  This was taken on they day of my two advisees’ theses defense.  I’m happy both of them passed – I think I was more nervous than them.

Hahriz, Eden and I went to Copeland Gym one afternoon to unwind after a loooong week of thesis defenses panels and checking.

Some guys lowered the basketball ring after using it, so we took these pictures and pretended to be tall.  A girl can dream.

My creepy, deserted office hallway on a weekend morning.  The Aphy 104 final exam was held on a Saturday at 7am, and I was one of the first ones to arrive.

After finals week, I spent an entire weekend checking all my students’s exams and lab reports.  One of the benefits of having a mom who’s also a teacher is that I have someone to share these moments with.

It was so hot in the Philippines that this actually happened to my iPod!

Had a musical merienda with my lamon-mates :D  Thanks Kat for the treat!

Then later that evening, my lamon-mates and I had an early dinner at Seoul Kitchen.  (It was more like a first dinner for me because I ate again with the family once I got home…)

Posted this for National Sibling’s Day.  This was taken last December during our riverboat cruise in Thailand (blog entry to follow)

I’m still really hooked on the TV show Elementary (read my initial review HERE).  I love it more and more each week.  I missed out several episodes towards the end of the school year because there was so much work to be done, so as soon as I submitted my students’s final grades I locked myself in my room to catch up on the show.  (“I’d do the same for you if you lost all your teeth in a prison fight” is Sherlock’s way of telling Joan he loves her, kyaaaah~ <3)

Colorful people at the office.  My GoPro has been hibernating on my desk since the end of January, so I decided to take it with me to the office to get some practice.  I plan on using it a lot this summer :)

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Brown Bones and Pink Stars (La Brea Tar Pits and Hollywood Walk of Fame)

Our family’s back in California for summer break, and here I am still blogging about our trip from last year (*hides in shame*).  But this is my last entry from our 2013 US vacation, yay~

On our last week in California, Ezra asked Kurt if he could take us to La Brea Tar Pits.  My uncle took us there in 1996, and we haven’t been back since.  Back then, Ezra and I were a little too young to appreciate the displays so we wanted to revisit the place now that we’re older.




 Cute prints on the ground




 Museum entrance


 I dug up our old albums in the attic to look for our photos from 1996.  I found this:

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 Same museum, same entrance, with a few minor changes :D There were a lot of us back then.  From left to right we have Tito Willie, Tito Edgar, Lolo, Tio Ben, Kuya Wibet, me, Mama, Mama Darling, Ezra, Ninang, Bam, Tita Lynette and Raffy.  (I had to blur Raffy a bit because his pose is a little inappropriate for this blog XD)


 Cute saber tooth cat on the museum doors


 And another cute yawning/growling kitty to greet us at the entrance. Plz excuse Ezra’s photobomb.

Inside the museum they have different fossils and bones on display.  These have been dug up from the numerous tar pits around the area.  Many animals get trapped in these pits, and die.  The tar helps preserve the bones and turn them black (or dark brown).  Some of the fossils and bones that have been uncovered from these pits are ancient! The oldest known material to have been found is about 38,000 years old.  These pits still exist but they are now fenced to prevent animals (and humans) from getting caught in them.

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 Here’s a skeleton of a ground sloth on display

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 Kids enjoy going to this museum because they have a lot of interactive displays.

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Like this one

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 These are containers of tar with a metal pole dipped in them.  Visitors can try to pull the pole out of the tar pit to see how much force it actually requires

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 Pulling one pole out takes a lot of effort, so I can only imagine how it would feel if I fell in.  They say it only takes about 2 inches of tar to immobilize an animal as big as a horse.

The museum isn’t that big so it didn’t take that long for us to see the whole place

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 Random bones and fossils

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Saber tooth cat

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 An illustration of what happens to the trapped animals in the pits

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True to scale display of a dwarf antelope


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 Look how small they are!


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A scaled animatronic model of a mammoth

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 This is how big they actually get

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 Pointy finger bones :D

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 Check out those tusks

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 I’m guessing they needed to put this sign up because kids would jump up and try to touch the tusks.  (It’s what I would do anyway XD)

IMG_9996a (17)Those things behind me are dire wolf skulls.  There were a lot of them uncovered from the pits.  Wolves are known to hunt in packs, so that might be why.

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 Here I am posing next to a model of what these dire wolves look like when they’re alive

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 And here’s Ezra and Kurt in front of the wolves’ skeletons on display

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 Ezra with a giant jaguar skeleton

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 You can also take a peek into their paleontology lab

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