Laura Matthews

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Owen and I at Finnian's St Patty's Day celebration!

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Doodling is still fun :)

Incredible paintings of sci-fi suburbia will make you wish you were Swedish

Welcome to rural Sweden, sometime in the late '80s. Citizens go about their mundane lives and children explore the countryside. But something isn't quite right. Robots and hovercrafts are commonplace, and decaying science facilities sprout from the harsh Scandinavian landscape. There's even a rumor …

Owen, me and our baby panda, Bert :) We are such proud imaginary parents, lol :)

Favorite Summer Food Memories

Many childhood memories of Mom centered on food. Perhaps that’s natural since motherly care giving included keeping six children well-fed. We …

Voge!

Glammer shot

creeper shot!

Fun times in the dorms :)

2 mad earth scientists :) Yifan and me...too bad I was off in lala land in this one. Lol

Having some fun with isotopes! Seeing where the majority plant's water came from...groundwater shed, rain, or snow / snowmelt.

Katie in her new Minnie Mouse hat! Missing my niece Katie!

Me getting my feet wet in the lake :) there were people sleding donw the mountain and climbing back up with snowshoes...that's hardcore

Fishing!

Jordan, the activities coordinator and the coolest geophisics gal :)

Me and Jaz after our not so successful fishing trip. Well trout, you lived to swim another day, lol

I've never seen a chunk of conglomerate this big!...yeah...I'm a geo-nerd :)

An old mine shaft!

Chevron folding, actually found a piece of this to take home!

This place had so much fragmented mica, it sounded like pieces glass when you walked over it!