Prehistoric Adventures: Dinosaur Land

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"Did I lie?" I asked her as I pulled into a parking spot adjacent to the bottom row of chipped white concrete teeth that were part of the lower jaw of a gaping T Rex mouth that served as the entrance to White Post, Virginia's Dinosaur Land. To our right were two more dinosaurs, one a brontosaurus, the other one of those two-legged beasts that, because no one knows exactly what it is, simply gets called an allosaurus. They were frozen in mid-menace of an Amoco gas station sign. To our left, just visible on the crest of a hill, was a giant octopus locked in mortal combat with a prehistoric shark. In front of us was a sign:

20' Kong! 60' Shark! 90' Octopus! Christmas Shop!

  • Dinosaur Land
Trip Start Jul 08, 2002
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Trip End Jul 09, 2002


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