Park ranger Marge Post leads Travel Radio International's Patricia L. Lawrence on an illuminating tour through the geological wonder that is northern Arizona's Petrified Forest National Park, which features sections of trees that have turned into brightly colored stone beginning a staggering 225 million years ago.
The music and ambient sounds of nature provided by Orange Tree Productions create the perfect atmosphere for this audiobook, and Lawrence's thoughtful questions and welcoming tone will hold the listeners' attention throughout this delightful 30-minute listen.
The Rainbow Forest Museum is at the southern entrance to the park. Everywhere we walk, lying on the ground are sections of ancient trees that turned to brightly colored stone beginning 225 million years ago.
Audio Journeys consist of on-location interviews with experts and the sounds of the subjects. United States explorations include national and state parks, historic sites, museums and adventures on snow, ice, camel, boats and walking.
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This book does a nice job of telling what you see at the Petrified Forest and how it got there.
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