Dinos and Mammoths and Sloths, Oh my!

I meant to share pictures of my trip to the San Diego Natural History Museum (The Nat) ages ago, and by ages I mean not too long after my last outfit post… whoops! As usual, I’ve been occupied by both jobs (booo for being an adult!), then Tim and I celebrated our two-year anniversary on the 21st by going to the Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, annnnd we also watched the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special on Monday IN A MOVIE THEATER! OMG, it was bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S.

So you can probably expect to see a post about the Academy of Sciences next month. Haha! Just kidding… or am I?

Anyhow, The Nat was full of amazing things like dinosaurs and lizard skulls that looked like dragons and Pokemon! We even watched a 3D movie about dinosaurs. I remember there was a little girl talking to the screen saying things like, “Oh, it’s my favorite!” and “Hello, dinosaur! I want to take it home!” Tim also found us a homey little cave to dwell in (pictured below). If you’re ever in San Diego, The Nat is definitely worth a visit, particularly if you’re fond of dinosaurs and animals in general. 

I hope you enjoyed the pictures from my trip! And I also hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving tomorrow, that is if you happen to celebrate it. If not, I hope your day is full of awesome! 🙂

Cheers,
Nina

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6 responses to “Dinos and Mammoths and Sloths, Oh my!

  1. Janine

    Happy Thanksgiving, Nina!! 🙂

  2. I love natural history museums! The one in BC (where I grew up) has a full on woolly mammoth!

  3. Tell me you purchased the pink dinosaur shirt. Hehehe
    I wish we had something like these here in Australia. Those skeletons are flipping amazing.

  4. I love the outfits so much. I can just imagine you in the morning like, “what’s a good geek/science thing to wear today?” (Or perhaps — hopefully — your whole wardrobe is like that?) Thanks for the pictures. I love science images, and don’t have anything quite like this in the middle of the cornfield I inhabit.