This morning we finally signed up for a one-year family membership at the San Diego Natural History Museum. The boys are old enough to appreciate the exhibits and it made a lot of sense financially since a single family visit costs us $54 and the yearly family membership is $70, including several free guest passes. What can I say, I recognize a good deal when I see one. And since we can go there as many times as we’d like in the next 12 months, we won’t feel pressured to view every single exhibit during each of our visits.
So this morning we got to see the new “Skulls” exhibit, which displays dozens of animal skulls. It was actually a lot of fun to figure out what the animals were by just looking at their skulls and my three-year old impressed me with his guessing skills.
Of course no skull exhibit would be complete without a cow skull. The one I found is the skull of the common domesticated cow. It must have been a dairy farm cow because the skull didn’t have any horns.
By the way, are you getting ready to mail your Christmas cards? This week is it if you want them to arrive on time. But if you’re still looking for the perfect Christmas card with a twist, I present you with several choices from Stik’s World of Cow:
Not bold enough? How about this one?
Should we tell this poor cow Santa doesn’t put up with any bulls*&t?