Lions and Tigers and Dinosaurs?

This summer has been an exciting one! Between movies in cemetary, concerts in the parks, and the new dinosaur hall opening at Los Angeles’ Natural History Museum there’s always something going on.

We’re anxious to get over to the museum and check out the 14,000 square foot hall! While you’re there check out the gift shop at the LA Natural History Museum where you can find the following K. Bell display!

To keep in theme with our dino-excitement! We’re going to give away a few pairs of our Wide Mouth Alligator sock! Just leave a comment on this blog post to be entered! We’ll contact you next Monday to let you know if you’re a winner!!!

12 responses to “Lions and Tigers and Dinosaurs?

  1. I want em for my son…

  2. Dayna

    Those socks are too cool, good luck to all who comment. And, thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  3. Bebe Carnwath

    Love these socks!

  4. Stacy S

    These are so cute…I want them…FOR ME!! lol

  5. Fiona Lee


  6. connie simon

    Those are so to win those. My granddaughter would wear them with pride. lol

  7. Kimberly Chase-Adler

    My 3 1/2 yr. old grandson would enjoy these : )

  8. Latoya Hammond

    I would like these for myself. Love unique items such as these 🙂

  9. karen ross

    great socks…………..they really rock

  10. jennifer truong

    These are sooo cute!! i love KBell!

  11. Judy Heinsinger

    I like these socks!

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