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  1. Aside from our favorite auction site, can anyone please recommend a good site, or store for buying acrylic risers? I’m looking for longer ones around 12 inches in length. Height so they stack.
  2. Paleo 2018 - Calgary, Canada

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    Dr. Richard McCrea from the Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre in Tumbler Ridge, BC will show the numerous dinosaur trackways in Alberta, B.C. and the Yukon. Tammy Pigeon will describe the discovery and preparation of B.C.’s first dinosaur skull. Dr. Francois Therrien of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller will discuss the latest conclusions on Alberta’s Late Cretaceous climate change. Six other talks feature the latest fossil discoveries and palaeontological research. This event is FREE to the public, is family friendly and no registration is required. Paleo 2018 is sponsored by the Alberta Palaeontological Society, Mount Royal University and the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Palaeontological Division. LINK
  3. Today I visited the E.S.C.O.N.I. (Earth Science Club of Northern Illinois) 2017 Show, being held thru Sunday (3-25-17) at the DuPage County Fairgrounds in Wheaton, Illinois. The show is not very big, but it is free and a great place for families to come with future paleontologists or rock collectors, as they have a number of things for kids to do. There were 2 vendors present that 95% of their items were fossils and the other vendors had a few fossils, but mostly rocks and minerals. Below are some pics of the fossils that were for sale as well as a couple pics of display cases containing fossils to look at.
  4. Paso Robles Gem and Mineral Show

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    April 22-23 the Santa Lucia Rockhounds will be hosting their annual Gem and Mineral show at the Midstate Fairgrounds Paso Robles Event Center. There will be something for everyone. over thirty vendors with rocks, mineral specimens and fossils. This years theme is "Out Of This World", which about sums it up with items ranging from minerals found deep within the earth to meteorites from outer space. Lots of displays and demonstrations to keep the adults entertained as well as lots of kids activities. Show times are : Saturday 22nd 10am to 5pm. and Sunday 23rd 10am to 4pm. Come check it out!
  5. I visited Houston, TX at the beginning of November of this year and decided to visit the Houston Museum of Natural History. It was worth the trip. It is a beautiful museum with great exibits. Especially the Paleontology Hall. The exhibits were great, nice variety and the vertebrates were excellent. MY only gripe is that it it dark in there , makes for highlighting the exhibits but murder on cell phone pictures. If you go to shoot pix use a camers with a good low light setting. I apologize for a couple of the pix but see above. I shot these pix to highlight the museum and not to provide fossil identification. So enjoy the pretty fossils.
  6. Here is some of my storage areas and my prep/ photo work station and my microfossil work station. And a display case.
  7. Here is a method of displaying large ammonites in a deep display cabinet. The specimens are mounted using "L" screws of various sizes screwed into the back of the box. I custom fitted a 1/4 " plywood piece instead of the normal box back to provide a better anchor for the screws. I used spray on adhesive to apply the leather look fabric to the back for a richer look. You can finish the wood and leave it a natural look also. The small ones are hot glued to the fabric.
  8. Show me those collections, and how you display them....Really wanna see CBK"s with all those sick Meg ancestors.... Case of tigers and makos from gville.....
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