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So, as the title says, I am moving to a new house today. I'm moving all my fossils, and loading up the truck with my stuff. I'm attaching a picture of my best fossil, just because I like showing it. I'm the person in the picture. The fossil is a Phareodus testis and probably a diplomystus on the bottom. Anyway, here's hoping I get all my fossils moved there safely!
Hey everyone! We’re close to having our house packed up for our move from England to the US. I have a lot of fossils that need packing but I’m really nervous about it all. My main concern is what I should do as far as who packs them. Would you let the movers pack them (and if anything is damaged in transit then you can claim it) or would you pack it yourself? My problem is that if the movers pack it, they don’t really care and some things are definitely going to be damaged, but if I pack it and it’s damaged then I don’t get compensated. Ugh, I’m so frustrated over this! Also, I ha
FossilSniper posted a topic in Questions & AnswersHey fossil forum! Yes, I'm still alive :> I am moving into South Carolina (to the Clemson area) in a few months, and I am extremely interested in fossil hunting in (or nearby) Summerville. I've found lots (and I mean lots) of fossils in Ohio for the five years I've lived here, and the fossils here are nice, but I really want to get whale verts/mammal bones into my collection! I'm also hoping to pick up some nice teeth, even though I don't need many more of them. I will be camping with my family in Summerville at the end of July for a full week (solely to find fossils in the
I may be moving cross country soon. I would be moving by Greyhound bus, so I would be severely limited in what I can take. How should fossils be sold or donated in this case? I might keep three or four pieces but that would be it. These are what I have: Butterstone Stromatolite Bolivian Stromatolite Nemiana Trilobite Mucrospirifer Brachiopod Goniatite Orthoceras Carboniferous Fern Crinoid Stem Triassic petrified wood Dinosaur Bone chunk Cretaceous Sea Urchin Eocene Fish Luisian Stage Opalized Wood Mousterian