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...over a few fields. With a bit of driving in between. Although spring has not officially sprung yet, I noticed that the farmers in my area are behaving like it's already arrived and are beginning to plow up some of their fields, so yesterday I figured I'd head out to the ones around Blumberg and Geisingen to see if their colleagues are doing the same. Sure enough, some of my favorite fields were freshly plowed. I also stopped in to the old clay pit just for nostalgia's sake. The productive layers there have been unreachable unter meters of debris for a long time now, but I managed to fi
Hi all, I'm currently on a week's holiday near Morlac (Bourges-area) in France, and was wondering if there were any toddler-friendly activities in the area that I could do with my 3.5 year-old son. I'm thinking of museums, but possibly also of areas where we might go on a fossil-hunt. Thanks for any information you could and would be willing to share!
Autumn weather is on the move again, so the farmers are behaving accordingly and plowing up their fields. Time to go for a few strolls in the furrows of southwestern Germany. I was out last week and harvested a few things, although I wasn't quite sure about the quality, since the majority of them were mostly imbedded in matrix. I did give one of the stones a whack, though, which produced the following result: A Megateuthis sp. belemnite split in half with exposed phragmocone. I just had to reduce the excess matrix with my saw and do a slight bit of abrading. It's 12cm.