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Tour Blog

On Making Videos

The term Naïve comes to mind. Merriam Webster defines naïve as “ marked by unaffected simplicity” or “deficient in worldly wisdom or informed judgment”. Let’s be honest. It’s just stupidity.   While I wait for my beautiful, big black party van to be fixed (with a stripper pole that I’m certain the mice out in the back pasture...
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Learning – at 74

Why are old people afraid of the new technology?
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Party van to share history

On Sharing

Sharing trips is fun when you remember.
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On Friendship

Friends can come from anywhere but we should always appreciate them.
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Beyond “#Me Too”

“You seriously couldn’t get a credit card in your own name? or buy a car?” Nods all around. Several of us were sitting at a table reveling in delicious margaritas and platters of Mexican food at our favorite Friday night watering hole, #Los Pericos. The question had started a flood of reminiscenes. All of us...
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The Joy of Laughter

It is always a joy to be with people who laugh.
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Taxi Service or Historical Tour?

Is there a reason to teach history while on a tour? Or should it just be entertainment?
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Ratchet-strap Challenges

Facing modern problems with ancient technology is sometimes best. When a door won't stay closed, use a ratchet-strap.
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High Hopes

Planning to take videos must be the primary focus of a tour. When other things get in the way, the videos sometimes are forgotten.
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The Benefits of Knowledge

Visiting outlying facilities can be fascinating. We saw the Gibbs Ranch, the 1830s Biological Research Center, and the Natural History Collection.
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Making our own Youtube video

Why nonprofessionals should not make home videos.
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