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Mynewlife posted a topic in Questions & AnswersI have been fossil hunting about three years and have been to one ditch on the outskirts of Summerville sc that yielded a few colorful teeth, but it is secluded and hasn't felt very safe. It is screenable since it is outside city limits. However I'd like to find some new places to try in the area. I did walk the creek on the side of the YMCA ball field but the bottom was very hard and unfruitful and I'm not even sure I was in the right place. Can anyone offer any suggestions on where I might try as I am fairly new. I'm not asking for everyone's "honey hole" as I understand it takes work to f
This is a long-shot, but I'm going to try it anyway. I've found two very large logs of pet wood that I would like to attempt to extract from a creek bed. The soil is very sandy, at an approximate 50-degree angle covered with vines and saplings. We can clear those; that's not an issue. There are a few small trees. We have several tow straps and a come-along and are considering purchasing a cargo net. The problem comes in where if we finally make it up the bank, how do we get it to the truck, into the truck, and back out of the truck. These specimens are probably at leas