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  1. My youngest son and I left for a fossil hunting trip this last thursday and hit many a fossil site in South Dakota. Because there will be lots and lots of prep from this trip I have decided to put all this on this one thread. This is gunna take quite awhile!!! We drove the first day 12 and 1/2 hours. Had some serious road buzz. Only way to take care of that is some 'road buzz liquid'. The next morning we met up with my buddy that ive been working on for 18 months. Didnt find a whole lot, but did come away with some crab concretions of the rare Dakota cancer. 3 of these for certain has crabs in them, the rest? What kind of preservation they have? Complete? But whatever happens with these, I most certainly have none so far, so this is quite exciting for me. Ive only ever seen one that was in a concretion and the poor guy absolutely butchard it!!!! Gunna be very interesting to say the least. Our second camp site. The next day was another 5 hour drive to a freind of mine where we went last year and decided to do that again for some more Fox Hills ammonites. We went to a certain river and picked up some rocks that look promising. Then the next day went to a different river and picked up some more rather nice rocks. Very private land, but nice to have a freind with permission. More to come. RB
  2. I ran into this box of stuff today while at my other property. Im going to keep one of these specimens, but my kids will get the rest for christmas. Nice that I can do this for them. I bought this stuff many years ago and this box never made it to any of my fossil shows. So glad now. RB
  3. Been a very long time ive been this excited about a fossil hunting trip! This upcomming trip has been 18 months in the making. Going to find lots of ammonites, but thats not the exciting part for me. I should find some rather rare fossils that ive been after for quite some years!! All private property. Cant freakin wait! Gunna be losing some sleep tonight!!! Oh the mystery. Im not gunna say anything about what im after, but i will post a trip report once I get back. Believe you me my fingers are crossed!!! I should be making a trip report by the 1st of June? Oh the mystery!!! RB
  4. The misses and I went to Colorado to visit family. The day after we got home, I noticed some rocks sittin by my small garage. Ammo rocks! Ha! I dont even have to go fossil hunting any more. They just majically appear!!! HA!!! I must be doing something right? RB
  5. A friend of mine and myself took 4 hours to clean up and organize my fossil garage. What a freekin job! But its amazing to me all I forget. I found 2 big milk crates of crab concretions, and lots and lots of unprepped ammonite material and I do mean lots, probably 10 boxesl! Wow!!! Im getting very forgetful nowadays. Ran into about a dozen or so lobsters that still need to be prepped out! Lots of fish slabs! Lots of odds and ends too and some very special things that need to get into my collection display cabinets. I don't really want to push the 'envy' botton, but being in the clean up mode, when he asked me "what about this" I simply would say, "take it" or "its yours". He left for home with lots of fossils to say the least. But what for me that really got my attention was a small box with a lobster conc in it. Its a lobster Ive seen before, but only pieces and this one appears to be somewhat complete even though a bit crushed. Very cool to me being a lobster colletor. Here is a pic of the box. Now ive got tons more prep work to do.
  6. While the misses and I were at the Quartzite show we would go out to breakfast in the morning and then go look around. Lots to see. Ive been looking for a certain piece of coral and a certain ammonite since last year. I couldn't find the coral, but I did find where it was at. I have to make a phone call before I go next year and hope this guy will let some go? Anyways, I did buy some ammonites. A fairly large Perisphinctes from Madagascar and some other smaller ammos and that's all I bought. Im really happy for the large Perisphinctis, 15 inches, but its not the best prep job, but Ive been looking for one of these larger ones for some time now. I wont say, but I got it for a song!!! RB
  7. I aquired this rock last summer. Didn't think too much of it at first. Been working on it off and on for quite some time now but the more I worked on it the better it got! Believe me it took waaaaaaaaay too long! Im not sure but I think its hoploscaphites Nicoletti? Well,, and along with quite few little other squid critters. I was going to blast right through all the little stuff but decided to prep them out too. Not sure if that was a mistake or not. Because of those little critters it took me much longer than anticipated. But it came out purty dang good.. In fact,,, one of the best ive done in some time even though they are all small. Im actually quite happy with it. If I ever do sell this rock I might make as much as $8.00 per hour? Ha!!! But really, a super nice A-Grade multi specimen. RB
  8. If someone wants to trade some fossil(s) for one or all of this ammos, I´m open to ideas. All of them are Duck Creek Formation except the bigger one which I believe is Fort Worth Formation.
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