My son is a John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Junior Ranger!

Kristhawee has completed his Junior Ranger workbook so we’ve returned to the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center to present it to a Ranger.

First we watch a paleontologist working on a fossil that has been brought into the lab in a plaster cast-

Then Kristhawee is sworn in as a John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Junior Ranger!

Bravo kiddo! I’m so proud of you!

We’d been seeing an unusual amount of BMW’s in recent days. A large group pulled in next to us and we struck up a conversation. They asked us if we’re headed to the BMW MOA (Motorcycle Owners of America) Rally that would kick off in Salem, Oregon in a few days.
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What’s this? The 41st Annual BMW MOA International rally is kicking off only ~260 miles to the west just a couple days from now?! Who knew?!

I ask my little guy if he wants to go check out a biker party. Without pause or hesitation he says “Let’s go!”

Ha! I guess we’re headed to Salem!!

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Categories: Father Son, Motorcycle Trips and Tours, National Parks, parenting, travelog | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “My son is a John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Junior Ranger!

  1. Congrats on the Junior Ranger. He seems like a very cool kid, and this was an awesome post

  2. so cool! I am jealous, he is a lucky kid

  3. Awesome that you were able to go to the rally with your son! I can’t wait to read about that…I am WAY behind on my blog reading! 🙂

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