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I don’t consider myself to be particularly afraid of heights but I’m not sure I’d walk over this bridge (World’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge, that is). On the other hand, I’d probably be up for checking out the World’s Largest … Continue reading
It’s better with butter! Even sculpture. More random foodstuffs – Hello Kitty! Mixing different eras on a map. And speaking of time, and maps – optimizing a road trip to all the US National Parks! More mixing – vintage cameras, … Continue reading
I finally got to the top of the list for a copy of The Hidden Life of Trees from the library and am having a hard time not polishing it off in one sitting. Fascinating! So much to learn from … Continue reading
For consideration in the “would you rather be a zebra or giraffe?” question – we have stripes! The swirl of cells as we grow is a really amazing thing to try to visualize. And then there’s practical visualization you might call … Continue reading
Although I’ve been past Lick Observatory I don’t know how many times, I usually just take in the views outside, if I stop at all. But it’s been on my list to go to a public viewing night, and then … Continue reading
who decided that the orchestra/classical musicians wear black when they play?