Sunday, March 19, 2006


LeBrea Tar Pits

Well it was another cold and rainy weekend in the Antelope Valley so we escaped down to LA. We stopped by the LeBrea Tar Pits on Saturday afternoon. It was an interesting place to visit. I have found a couple of web sites to get some more information. I did not have my camera with me or I would have some photos to share. There have been over 100 tons of fossils recovered from the LeBrea Tar Pits. The tar pits trapped many prehistoric animals between 10,000 and 40,000 years ago including mammoths and sabre-tooth tigers. You can learn more about the LeBrea Tar Pits by clicking on the following links. Page Museum - LeBrea Tar Pits or clickHERE to learn more and see what the area looked like in 1910.

Saturday, March 11, 2006


Snowy Hills

Snowy Hills
Originally uploaded by PaulT27.
When I woke up this morning all the snow had melted near my apartment. I saw that the nearby hills were all snow covered and got a picture of them. You can see the dark clouds rolling in. We may get some more snow today into tomorrow. Hopefully the skies will clear up tomorrow and I can get some nicer pictures of the snow covered hills in the Antelope Valley.

Friday, March 10, 2006


Snow in the Antelope Valley

Paul in Snow
Originally uploaded by PaulT27.
Today I was getting my haircut and noticed it starting to snow outside! The snow was very light and soon stopped. The other people in the barber shop were all excited about the few flakes of snow that fell. Becky and I took a drive down to Northridge for the afternoon and when we returned to the Antelope Valley it was really snowing. This is a picture of me out in the snow to prove it. If you click on the image you can see a couple of other photos of the snow. As I am writing this the snow has turned to rain and a lot of the snow is melting. If there is still snow on the ground in the morning I hope to get some more pictures.

Saturday, March 04, 2006


Find the Value of Your Home

I came across an interesting website the other day. The website is Type in your address and see if the value of your home is in its database. If you check out the value of a home in Lancaster, California you will see they average around $300,000.

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