Don’t Want to be Separated From Your Family?

Don’t Want to End up in a Detention Center?

Pull Up Your Pants for Service

Beluga Feeding Time

Shark Tunnel Video

Leave the Bubble Wrap Alone

For the Love of Bacon

SeaWorld Laser Light Show

Wooden Carved Indian Chief

Found this wooden carved Indian chief in front of a store in Tombstone, Arizona.  It is good to respect and honor thy elders.

Don’t Miss Out on Life

We’ll Always be Best Friends

Video of SeaWorld Show: Orca Encounter

Video of SeaWorld Show: Atlantis Ignites

Beluga Whales at SeaWorld San Diego

One of my favorite creatures to see at SeaWorld in San Diego are the beluga whales.  They have a really cool design to them as they are long and narrow with small fins, kind of like a torpedo.  I also like their personable characteristics you can see in their face with their big bulbous head.

Eugene Shoemaker’s Sketch of Meteor Crater

Day 39 on Noah’s Ark

Video Explaining How Meteor Crater Was Created

Here is a short video illustrating how Meteor Crater was formed.

Don’t Die a Virgin

Video of Meteor Crater

Here is a video of the meteor crater located near Winslow, Arizona.  The land was flat around the area, but near the crater it was very windy.

Holsinger Meteorite

This is the largest piece of the Holsinger Meteorite that created the meteor crater. It was believed to be 150 foot meteor that came from the east and created the crater in about 10 seconds.  The pressure from the impact left tiny diamonds in the area.

Velociraptor Skull

While visiting the meteor crater in Winslow, Arizona they had a velociraptor skull on display.  This was definitely something very cool and unexpected to find.

Prehistoric Fossils

While visiting the Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona they had these fossils both on display and for sale.  Some of them are quite pricey, so I just took some photos.  They certainly are very cool to see the creatures that were alive so long ago.

Noah’s Ark Complaint Department

Not Falling For That Again

Miss Kitty’s Store in Tombstone


Along the streets of Tombstone, Arizona is Miss Kitty’s store which helps keep all the women dressed in Tombstone fashion.

The Original Bird Cage Theatre of Tombstone

Oldest Profession in the West

Where there was money to be had in the old west there were prostitutes. Prostitutes would actually have license to be able to work in the city and believe it or not there are actually different classifications of prostitutes.  Many worked in saloons, parlor houses, or brothels, but lower grade ones worked in cribs and the lowest class prostitutes were street walkers.  Here are some photos of some pioneering prostitutes and also some of the working girls of the 1880’s.


Here is an example of the glamorous room of a prostitute of Tombstone.


You can see how wore down these stairs are from the Bird Cage Saloon and imagine how much business these working girls got.

Wyatt Earp Sights to see Around Tombstone


When visiting Tombstone there are enough sights to see to remind you that Wyatt Earp once lived here. Here are some of the Wyatt Earp sights you can see.

Isn’t Easy to Sneak Away From Jesus

A Dog Needs a Home

Shootout at the O.K. Corral

Tombstone, Arizona was the site of one of the most famous gunfights in American history between Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, Doc Holliday, Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, Ike Clanton, and 19 year old Billy Clanton.  There was tensions that arose between the cowboys and the Earp’s leading up to the shootout.  The cowboys were democrats and the Earp’s were republicans and they were both trying to control how Tombstone’s resources were distributed.  The gunfight left Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, and Billy Clanton dead and Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, and Doc Holliday injured, however Wyatt Earp was unharmed.