And there is a lot to discover in this museum about the local area.
|An extinct mammoth tooth, how cool is that?|
|You can go ahead and touch ancient items from the local area.|
|Not a fancy facade - but treasures are within the walls|
|Who had that saying first? Hmmm|
|That's a pretty big backyard!|
|"I want to see the exhibit first!" "No, me, first!"|
|That's a comforting title! Egad!!!!!|
|A very cheery fellow, this Dr. Pat Abbott|
Further exhibits explain how the Native Americans, who first resided in the Victor Valley, survived in a sometimes harsh environment. There are plenty of artifacts to view, found by local archaeologists, such as pottery, projectile points, metates (for crushing grain), clothing, and baskets woven from deergrass and sisal. There is also a really ingenious woven net for catching rabbits – they would never hungry with the multitude of rabbits making their homes in this valley.
|Ancient pottery from local N.A. tribes in the valley|
|I'm hiding because everyone is looking for me - geeez!|
But they do resemble the rotary dial some of us remember.
|What are these things?|