MAGNIFICENT * INCOMPARABLE * FANTASTIC * OUTSTANDING * TREMENDOUS * AWESOME * SUPERB * MARVELOUS * AMAZING * INCREDIBLE * ASTOUNDING * MIND-BLOWING * SPECTACULAR * FABULOUS * WONDERFUL * GREAT * REMARKABLE * SUPERLATIVE * ASTONISHING * THE BEST
(OK, that last one was two words.)
These are just the first 20 words that popped into our minds when we think about all of you out there that have helped us REACH OUR GOAL. Woolly the Mammoth is packing up and preparing for the trip to get a face lift. We appreciate Ron Bender and Keith Brown (some wonderful friends and volunteers) for making this trip with Woolly and Mr. Roynon; it is comforting to know that Woolly (and Mr. Roynon) are in good hands on the trip north. We are sure Woolly will come back looking several thousand years younger. The “clinic” is just north of Beverly Hills, where all the stars go for their face lifts, and they are preparing for our precious cargo’s arrival. We do not have an estimated completion date so stay tuned for updates as things progress. We are hoping the “surgeons” can send us some pictures to share during the procedure. Most of all, a huge THANK YOU from the entire staff of volunteers here at the museum. Mr. Roynon, is deeply humbled by the outpouring of love your gifts have shown. We will be sure to document and announce Woolly’s return. Thank you, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
The Roynon Museum
The Roynon Museum of Earth Sciences & Paleontology was established in 2000 to educate students, scouts, and the general public in earth sciences, as well as to emphasize the meaning of the sequence of life throughout geological time. We’re located in Escondido, California, and invite you to come visit us. The museum is a plethora of knowledge brought about by way of the thousands of specimens that have been acquired throughout the years bringing into focus the overall picture of paleontology. Mr. and Mrs. Roynon add specimens to the museum each year on their travels throughout the United States.
Please note that we’re now on Regular Hours.
We’ll be closed on Monday, September 3rd, for the Labor Day holiday. Enjoy your holiday!