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Dr. Dana Lee Pertermann
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From South to North
We just got back from a quick two-day trip to Spokane, WA, and we took "the scenic route" back, along US 30. Just taking the little bit of extra time to drive these amazing historic roads instead of whizzing by on the Interstate is worth it. There were all ...

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Help fund this amazing Kickstarter!
I'm not affiliated with this Kickstarter project, but it's amazing. Donate if you can!

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Ceramics!
I'm posting a few pictures in order to facilitate a conversation on the history of a set of china I'm researching. I will update this post with more information soon!

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The Culture of Winter
I guess I'm in a wintry mood. Not quite got the "Holiday Spirit" yet (it's COLD, darn it), but I am focused on the snow outside my door. I've lived in a lot of different places. But the best "Winter Culture" I've ever experienced was in Minneapolis. Zuerich...

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Let it snow!
Winter is most definitely here. The snow is packing down, and the drifts are growing. Which made me think, as I walked across the field to the office this morning. As I looked at the snow at my feet, and felt the snow scouring my face like sandpaper, I real...

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Minerals, Rocks, and the Periodic Table
Minerals make up rocks. Rocks are composed of minerals. Minerals are made from the bonding of elements. Elements consist of atoms all of the same type. These statement tend to confuse the average beginning geology student. That's the consequence of not havi...

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The Leucite Hills
Or more formally known as the Leucite Hills Volcanic Province, this unique geological setting encompasses a huge area in Southwest Wyoming, including Table Mountain, Pilot Butte, Cross Mesa, Matthews Hill, Boar's Tusk, and more. Geologically, it's made of s...

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