Each area had a stamping station to add to the trading cards passed out at the entrances. They had stations set up for
~Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Water Science, Paleomagnetism, Rock and Mineral, Marine Geology, Biology, Maps and Mapping, and California Geological Survey.
A local prospectors club set up a gold mining activity. My children LOVED this. I see a gold mining camping trip in our future.
Hayward Fault line (in yellow) our neighborhood is roughly where I put that little black and white flower thing. (above Ava's head) The Hayward Fault is described as "one of North America’s most dangerous earthquake faults." Super. I'm hoping that the big hill in between will keep us insulated. Not every seismologist and geologist that I shared my theory with seemed to agree. What do they know.