Sites I love…

-that you might find interesting too.

Fossil & Rock Hunting

The Fossil Forum – A fabulous resource for hunting areas, tips, and identification help. The membership is a worldwide community whose knowledge ranges from novice to pro.

Geology.com

Fee mining & dig sites USA

Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art

I have collected rocks since I was a child.  Some were pretty.  Some were interesting.  Many meant something to me because of the experience at the moment.  In middle school, a trip to the Lizzadro Museum opened my eyes to a whole world of stones I could never have imagined back then.  If you are ever in Chicagoland, stop by.  It’s well worth the time.

Seaglass Resources

Odyssey Sea Glass The Beachcomber’s Complete Guide to Sea Glass and Beaches

Travel

A Girl & Her Travel Bug

On occasion Jen is a travel buddy.  She is my daughter’s, also Jen, sister-in-law.  She is a wonderful photographer with an eye for capturing the moment and a great sense of adventure.  She is the one who inspired me to blog our adventures.

Oklahoma Tourism

One of the best organized sites I have found.  It’s user friendly, offers extensive information and presents gorgeous pictures that can’t be seen flying by on the highway.  It offers a vast selection of free brochures to help you plan your OK Adventure, that can be ordered and mailed at no cost right to your mailbox.  Open your eyes to the hidden treasures of the Sooner.  You will not be sorry.

Crystals

It’s no secret that my all time favorite crystal is Selenite, the crystalline form of Gypsum.  I consider it to be the Mother of all crystals.  It’s high vibration amplifies the quality of all others, clearing and charging them.

Into The Lost Crystal Caves – 1:31:08 – National Geographic produced this amazing , breath taking and heart pounding view into an unseen world deep below the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico.
Sadly this film has been swept up into a copyright dispute. If you can find it, watch it while you can.

 

Science n Stuff

Live Science – As the About Us page states, “For the science geek in everyone, Live Science offers a fascinating window into the natural and technological world, delivering comprehensive and compelling news and analysis on everything from dinosaur discoveries, archaeological finds and amazing animals to health, innovation and wearable technology.”