A few months ago Hannah decide that she was interested in sharks. One of the shark books the librarian helped her pick out was actually about the Megalodon. When Hannah learned that sharks and their ancestors have been around longer than dinosaurs, she was hooked. We read everything we could find out about them.
This week we went to Wyoming to check on a job opportunity and were going to drive right by Fossil Butte National Monument, 'America's Aquarium in Stone'. We couldn't just drive by.
When you pull off the highway, you start to see signs along the road leading to the Visitor's Center. The signs announce different milestones in the history of life. As you get closer to the Visitor's Center, you get closer to the present time. So cool.
This was a flannel wall that had dozens of different fish parts that you could use to make prehistoric fish.
When I stopped laughing I took the picture. So there you have it - proof that leprechauns have been around a long time.
Gray just walked around inspecting the paintings on the walls. He was fascinated.