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Old 12-05-2004, 01:35 AM   #1
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Fossils

Yay, today I found a fossil it was a turtle bone from the lower cretaceous so yay me. I also got myself sunburnt across my damn arms but still 100 million year old bone from a turtle that died and wound up in a silty river bed

Anybody else got some fossil stories or what not?
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Old 12-05-2004, 01:58 AM   #2
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Congratulations!

I have tonnes of them from when I was a child living in the desert. My family are all metallurgists and we used to all pile into the canvas backed Landrover and go on lapidary expiditions. After some time I was able to tell the difference between kangaroo poo and iron ore......are you still with me Wanderer? ....... as I was saying... The Nullarbor has eroded all the way back down to revel its original function as the seabed. There are many aquatic fossils to..... Wanderer? are you there, mate? ....... mate? mate?
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I worked on a grave yard I guess there where enough young fossils around.
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Rono , dont lie we all know that all Euros have ancient Roman temples at the bottom of the garden.
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Sorry, excuse my mood.

Wanderer do you have a photo? I would like to see it.
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No photo's yet, volunteered a weeks worth of digging in febuary so I will have a whole bunch then.
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Where are you digging in February ie the hottest month of the year? Hopefully your staying in the southern part of Vic? Or have you just returned from the recent Eureka anniversary thingie?
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Stickin down south just the basic annual one out at inverloch, fancy having Terry Hicks at Eureka (I wasn't there) but what a waste of taxpayer money.
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I was going to impress you with a photo of one of my ancestors, son of two convicts, who went East to Vic for the gold rush. Fantastic photo it is, taken later of course, with my George in his big stetson (or whatever their called) hat, britches, suspenders, and boots but such is the crappiness of my day I cannot currently locate it.

The photo that is. I can locate the crappiness of my day.

Inverloch should be fun. Take lots of 15+ and a long sleeved shirt though.
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Are you going to Inverloch as part of a group? Part of a course? Just for fun?

Actually if you are genetically Mediterranean you may not have such an issue with the sun. Its more of a prob for us "blessed' with Angle/Saxon/Jute/Gallic skin
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Volunteer for it via the course, I am anglo, well mostly just bog Irish so to speak.
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What course?

Irish skin eh? You will need SPF 30021315+ then. I am of the "just one more freckle and I will have a tan" variety myself.
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Its the dawn of a new day. Sorry for posting in a melancholy mood last night.

I do want see a photo of your find and hear about anyone elses finds.

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I'm one of those rare Mediterranean WHITE skins = lobster in the summer. It's such a curse.
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Volunteer for it via the course, I am anglo, well mostly just bog Irish so to speak.
I have total bog irish skin.

I have a friend who was born and lived in South Africa/ Middle East until he was about 12 or 13. He gets fabulous tans. In the summer while I have all my sun creams on and sit under large umbrellas I still managed to get burnt. I get burnt very easily and my skin looks pink but it feels like it's on fire. Then it starts peeling. Then I go back to looking really pasty. My brother got loads of stick at school for looking like Casper and I was known as Caspers sister. har har.
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