Have a Blast! Explosive Fun for Kids!

Mentos smallAction Packed Adventure!

Kids ages 9-13, grab you hats and boots and prepare for an adventure into a land of mystery, danger and discovery!   Join Mystery Ranger Guide and Author – Kim Jones,  in an action packed journey to uncover clues, solve mysteries, play games, create, explore and have a real blast!  This is an adventure you don’t want to miss!

The Mysteries…

What caused a big chunk of Mt. St. Helens to vanish?  How could ice and snow EXPLODE?  What secrets does a cliff near Mt. St. Helens hide? Discover the shocking truths these mysteries reveal and more in these explosively fun and exciting camps that reveal some amazing young earth creation wonders.

Sneak Peak…

Here’s a sneak peakPhantom Forest Text into some of the fun-filled adventures..

Violent Volcanoes textRing of Fire pic


Top Secret Info Revealed!   

This just in….Straight from the 7 Wonders Museum!

Dates for the Mystery Rangers Creation Kids Day Camps have been revealed for Summer 2014!

June 17                    June 25                July 3               July 11              July 18 (all ages)

Cost - $10 per person plus donation to 7 wonders museum. 

Sign up soon!  Space is limited! 

Contact information for registration:

360-274-5737                 mshcreationmuseum@yahoo.com


About Kimberly Guthrie

Kimberly Guthrie loves adventures in the outdoors. National Park Ranger, Outdoor instructor, curriculum writer, teacher and guide at Mount St. Helens’ Seven Wonders Museum are some of her life adventures. Kim continues to write and teach about the outdoors. Currently, she serves as outdoor education consultant for Allaso Ranch near Hawkins, Texas. Kim holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from University of Central Arkansas and a masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Illinois University.
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