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WhodamanHD

Too big to post, I’m gonna cut them down...

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Here’s some harder to see ones, the one in lighter stone is easy to see when there’s no glare from the water

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“Anchisauripus” sillmani for the first one I believe.

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WhodamanHD

Ripple marks:

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Sedimentary structures and invertebrate burrows

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Tidgy's Dad

Very nice prints. 

Most interesting.

Thanks for sharing.:)

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WhodamanHD
29 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Very nice prints. 

Most interesting.

Thanks for sharing.:)

Thanks!

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Adam86cucv

Pretty cool. And right around the corner from me.  

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WhodamanHD
24 minutes ago, Adam86cucv said:

Pretty cool. And right around the corner from me.  

Yeah, definitely worth a visit.

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UtahFossilHunter

Haven’t been Gettysburg yet but this just bumped it up a couple spots on my list. Thanks for the pictures!

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Adam86cucv

Definitely, my son will be excited to see something like that near home.

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WhodamanHD
20 minutes ago, UtahFossilHunter said:

Haven’t been Gettysburg yet but this just bumped it up a couple spots on my list. Thanks for the pictures!

No problem! It’s worth a visit for it’s historical significance alone. Of course, I typically take it for granted as it’s one hour away and my area is criss crossed with Civil War sites. I still see something new every time I go, like this Civil war era graffiti on little round top:

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Wrangellian

That's not a place where I would have bet any money that there were such good dino prints!

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