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Terri

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Sorry haven't posted the above mentioned pics. yet, the sorting not the posting is the issue. Shopping with procrastinator son till midnight then cooking with procrastinator daughter in law till 2:00 am! (gotta love 'em) Procrastination due to being hardworking and studious young people, so not such a bad thing!:biggrin2: Will post pics. soon...
 

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Procrastination due to being hardworking and studious young people, so not such a bad thing
The highlighted key word is probably also an important factor. I USED to run on a lot less sleep than I do now!
 

Terri

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I'm going to post some of these pictures, I'm a little afraid :goofysca: these may be a product of my over active imagination, but I'm very curious If I'm on the right track at all. http://www.jstor.org/pss/1303804 I don't have the whole refrencing thing down yet, so I just linked this abstract again:roll:

The first pic. is the area where I found most of the ?Gonioceras bits and pieces and the possible trace :goofysca: this exposed rock is also full of mostly brachiopods.
 

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DWhatley

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The hidden link vs the exposed link is more esthetics than anything else and sometimes can be missed as a link. There is no requirement to make it pretty :biggrin2:

I will never, ever be able to see trace or touch marks! I do think I could find fossils in Hajar's last trek since they seem to be openly laying around just waiting for someone to spot them :biggrin2: and I am hoping to find some in the spring but I sure I will not "see" the touch and go markings :oops:
 

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