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DINOSAUR MUSEUM! Ron & Steve Visit Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center!
Woodland Park, CO - April 29, 2005
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center Ron and I went to a dinosaur museum (as I call it)! ... Located in Woodland Park, the official name is the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center, and I must say it is actually so much more than a museum.
Palm Trees A few metal palm trees sit outside the entrance to the building, which looks a little strange at 8,500 feet in elevation in Teller County. Ahhhh, but the sign (right photo) provides a good explanation!
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center Everyone we encountered were friendly, and in fact, when I mentioned that I was snapping picture to show off on my site, they became even more friendly. Got a shot of the front desk person stamping me. Ha ha ha ha! :p)
Dinosaur Skeleton

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Ooooooooh! Look at this one!
Dinosaur Resource Center Ron looks at a nifty Colorado map of old dinosaur hunting grounds.
Dinosaur Skeleton Plenty of interesting dinosaur skeletons in there!
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Oh my goodness!
This was the biggest dinosaur there... look at its large jaw!

And uh, as you can see, I tried to imitate the way the dinosaur's teeth stuck out! :)

This is "Sandy" - a dinosaur skeleton found in South Dakota.
We met a guide who explained various aspects about dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Resource Center
Dinosaur Resource Center
Dinosaur Resource Center
I love the top photo! It's a silhouette of a skeleton in the room you'll see as your drive by the center on Highway 24. Folks, if you're into dinosaurs, this is definitely a great place to visit!
Fish hang from the ceiling in one particular section... and as you can see, Ron did his best imitation of the fish's face and mouth! :)
Lots of research going on there too!
Special thanks to the museum for capturing this photo of us.

Yikes! The ugliest dinosaur I have ever seen! :)

The Gift Shop

I liked this cute orange and blue dinosaur! :)


Ron got a little out of hand!
Ron sits in front of a miniature tipi! :)
Highway 24 By the way, it had snowed yesterday (4/28) and early in the morning (4/29). It was really cold and dreary outside. Here's proof as we drove west on Highway 24 approaching the traffic light in Cascade.

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