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Last Saturday my friend and I once again ventured out. We had such a great time last trip, we decided to try to repeat it. I am including a slide of the nicest teeth I found, and a fun layout project that I may ot follow through on, and the remainder of the fossils found in 4 hours of sifting gravel. We went to the same little stream in Northport. jIt runds into the Myakka river, but I don't know its name, in face there are lots of tributaries in the area, so it may well be just a branch of somehting, or unnamed. At any rate, the place is magical. After our hurricane last years, the canapy has opened up and lots of wild orchids were blooming. These are little yellow green ground orchids, that grow in moist ground or actually float in the water, sometimes forming large mats. They are called water-spider orchids. The stream had changed little....we did more walking this time, exploring. My friend found some nice joint pieces, horse, we think, and a beautiful piece of box turtle shell, almost a third of the shell. My find were these large teeth. We are getting a slight cold spell now, but nothing like you folks from S. Carolina to the north....we lelft snow behind a long time ago. Next time we head out in January, it will be to the rivers...they should be nice and low then.