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I've now had it looked at by a geologist and the park paleontologist at "The Falls of the Ohio". The paleontologist was intrigued yet baffled by it. As far as the record books are concerned there were not supposed to be dinosaurs in Indiana. But I know for a fact that Tell City man in southwest Indiana found one in a creek. He had it authenticated. Maybe there never were dinosaurs in this area? But I can tell you who was. Mound builders. A friend of mine had a theory as to how the came to be here. That sometime, somewhere, native peoples found them and carried them in their travels. At some p
My birthday was on 31 May so I did what any other person would do on their birthday, I took a cruise on Loch Ness with a visit to Urquhart Castle and then drove to Cromarty to visit the Hugh Miller house and cottage. I got quite a bit of photos for you all to enjoy, including some specimens that Hugh collected himself. For those that don’t know who he is, you can check out these sites for more detailed information. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Miller http://www.thefriendsofhughmiller.org.uk/hugh-miller-a-brief-history.asp