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Dinosaur Park, Laurel, Maryland, November 4, 2017

Like I wrote in my last post, November 4 was a pretty busy day for me. In the morning I went to the Christmas Bazaar that was held at a Roman Catholic church. 720 more words


Calvert Cliffs Vacation

My friends and I took a trip to Calvert Cliffs this past September, and boy did we go at the worst time! The weather couldn’t have been nicer, but even though the skies were clear, Hurricanes José and Maria tag-teamed the east coast causing coastal flooding. 147 more words


The story of Texas Hill Country fossils on Morris Hill

Growing up in Texas, I learned long ago that a shallow sea once covered the whole Lone Star State. It was millions of years ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth. 294 more words


Why Was The United States Underwater?

Several months ago, I wrote about the fossil my son found and what it most likely was. What I didn’t talk about in either article was the trip we took to the… 1,059 more words


That's a Wrap - 150 things about Canadian palaeo, part 19, THE END!

Well we’re finally here, only a few months late, at my final post and final 9 bits about Canadian palaeontology. For my last post, I’m going to focus on Saskatchewan and Yukon, two areas I managed to ignore a bit through my previous posts. 787 more words


South Carolina Photos

Here are some cleaned up photos of some of my favorite finds from South Carolina!

Megalodon teeth

That beautiful posterior meg that I found on the beach… 109 more words


South Carolina Beach Hunting at Night!

We recently enjoyed a second trip to South Carolina, and found so many lovely fossils right on the beach! Whenever you visit a beach, go sit in the shell hash and you’ll find all kinds of cool things! 149 more words