If you want to see the animated version, also, sung by Richard Alley, and animated by his daughter Janet, search Richard Alley snowflake (it won't let me paste in the link)
This was not done for a geology class, but instead for our Antarctica expedition. But you WILL learn about penguin species!
Is the radio commercial that starts out talking about the big rhino first out there anywhere? has to be my all-time favorite radio spot!
Mysteriousy Amazing - I am not sure why your comment was removed, it made me laugh!Hope Germany is a great experience for you! Glad you enjoyed the video - hoping to have more early in the new year.
From Mysteriously Amazing: I'm an american exchange student in germany, and today in geography class my teacher put this on and I flipped out because he's from my town
What a wonderful thing to watch. Thanks for sharing it! - Cindy (one of Uncle Dave's students at KMW)
Two reasons we decided not to include this - 1) Although Novarupta erupted the most volcanic stuff, in terms of death and destruction, St. Helen's was bigger, and 2) At the time, Alaska was a territory, and not a state. We did discuss it quite a bit before deciding how to proceed. (and the personal reason - our daughter was a ranger at Mt. St. Helens at the time, and we made this in part for her!
Partly Shingletown Gap, and partly Joe Hayes Vista - good guess!
Glad you are enjoying the videos! - we have a lot of fun with them. Hopefully production will begin again soon.