My sister, Turf Toter, and Farmer Tim came down for a visit this weekend. And they mentioned that they would like to revisit the Museum of Anthropology. The University of British Columbia is rather famous for it's stunningly beautiful campus, and medical discoveries. But it is also home to the MOA, or the Museum of Anthropology. A massive building housing many valuable treasures from all over the world. This includes many artifacts from our First Nations heritage. Every school child in the Lower Mainland has partaken in a field trip that included the museum at some time in their schooling. Vague recollections of old stuffy rooms, with multiple drawers, giant totem poles, dugout canoes, and recorded rhythmic drumming live in my memory. Well, maybe it wasn't all that bad. But this time around when we went to visit it as adults, the visit was pleasant, informative, and actually fun. Notice that I say that with some surprise. And they had a amazing gift shop. Everything has gotten better with age, or maybe I have just learned to appreciate it a lot more, but what ever the reason, we had a wonderful time. And I am looking forward to seeing the new exhibits, when the multimillion dollar renovations are completed.