Over Mountain, Under Mountain

Eva is busy being traveled to this week. So, I am taking on the travel guide duties. Apologies in advance.

Recently, we took our family up to Boone, NC. Our daughters experienced Grandfather Mountain, including an animal park that provides a home to individuals from indigenous species that cannot live in the wild (usually the fault of thoughtless humans). They also got their first experience in natural caverns at Linville Caverns.

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We also spent hours cruising the Blue Ridge Parkway while small children napped, but I don’t have pictures of that due to making sure I did not drive off the edge of mountains. This tweet was slightly dishonest in its time frame. I wrote it after the car had come to a full and complete stop.

You can follow all our science-y travels on the Have Science Will Travel map.Screen Shot 2013-05-20 at 9.59.08 PM

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