Oreogeny! Expanded and Improved at Rosetta Stones

So you remember back when I told you that I’d get round to writing up the series of Oreogeny photos I took? Remember how I didn’t do it, like, forever? The promised post is here at last! Enjoy. With dessert, if possible.


  1. rq says

    So… First book: The Eruption of Mount St Helen’s.
    Second book: Oreogeny: A Pictorial Intro to Geology for Children.
    No? :)

  2. Trebuchet says

    Who knew geology could be so tasty!

    And you’ve triggered a reminiscence: When I was a kid, my mom would buy Hydrox cookies instead of Oreos to save a few cents. They weren’t near as good. I always thought of them as a cheap imitation of Oreos. I’ve recently learned, to my surprise, that Hydrox was the original and Oreo the copy!

  3. Onamission5 says

    Mmmm, geology, delicious, delicious geology.

    I love this and I am so using it with the kids.