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Curio Cabinet: Myrtlewood

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The Curio Cabinet series (#curioTuesday) is published biweekly, featuring an artifact of natural or cultural history and a brief selection of nifty facts. Curio Cabinet celebrates the history of curio collections, the roots of which played a part in the globalization of learning and scientific knowledge. Learn more here. Read the rest of this entry

Roaming along the coastline of Newport, Oregon

roam: verb - To move about without purpose or plan; to wander.

The Oregon Coast is one of the most magical places I’ve ever been. There’s something about the walls of mist rolling through big, black rock outcroppings, the bent pines standing up to the ocean winds, and the booming power of the waves hitting the sand that really gets me out of my head. It’s one place that I regularly escape to when living in the high desert makes me feel claustrophobic.

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Pedro the Giant Peruvian Penguin

I just came across this article and had to share it with you guys. I got my BA in Anthropology and Archaeology in college, so anything having to do with paleoanthropology or paleontology makes my little nerd heart sing with joy.

You can imagine how this artist’s rendering of a giant ancient penguin makes me feel.

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