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Where will my high heels take you now????   With Summer comes ROAD TRIPS..yesterday I ponied up Movie Motels for you to visit and today we go to the pits!!! The La Brea Tar Pits observation pit in LA has reopened to the public after being closed for 20 years. Since 1913 5 million fossils have been excavated on the 23-acre property and the observation pit opened to the public in 1932. The closure was caused by a lack of manpower to safeguard fossils that could be worth a boatload of money. Objects embedded in tar include a mastodon, fossils from a ground sloth, and a skull of a saber tooth tiger!!! Sounds like a family odyssey to me. And "sticky fingers"!!!