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  1. I have decided it is time for my first fossilhunt of the year. I have been itching to go, and the weather is supposed to be decent. So I plan on checking out Deep Springs Road or Cole Hill or maybe I will hit up both. I am bringing the boys with me. I am really hoping for some decent finds. Winter has been very rough the past couple months. This was a last minute decision and I am getting very excited. If anyone wants to meet up, feel free to PM. I know this is very short notice. I will give a report on how things turn out. Wish me luck!
  2. Darktooth

    Deep Springs 8-13-17

    It has been awhile since me and my boys have been to Deep Springs. I decided to go today and I brought along my Dad and brother. It was the first time either of them have came along for this type of fossilhunt. Both have gone sharktooth hunting with me. We got there around 11:45. The sun was out in full force. I found plenty Dipleura parts and pieces, but unfortunately no whole ones. Dylan my middle boy, found a lot of Greenops pieces including his most complete to date. He was happy with himself. Everyone else was finding the common brach, gastros, bivalves, and other assorted goodies. T
  3. Before I start my story I have to explain something. My wife has been on me about going fossilhunting at Deep Springs so much. She is complaining that I am burning up to much gas on all these trips. So today I told a fib about going fishing at a local stream instead. After I got home I talked to @Ropterus on the phone and when I started to tell him about my morning my wife happened to come out to where I was so I had to give him a different story. So Scott when you read this post this explains why. Anyways I got to Deep Springs about 6:15 am within 15 mins I found another Dipleura thorax and
  4. hashemdbouk

    Fossil sites around NYC?

    Hi, I moved to NYC recently from Texas (where the fossils are plentiful and everywhere) and am very interested in finding out about fossil sites around New York City or in the (relatively) nearby upstate area. Does anyone have any locations or suggestions? I'd rather not trek as far as ithaca and buffalo, i will get to those at some point, as I have read about the sites there, but if anyone knows anywhere closer, i would greatly appreciate info! And if anyone from the area would like to plan a trip and wants some company, please let me know. Thanks in advance! H
  5. I am planning a fossilhunt at Cole Hill Road in Sangerfield New York, on 6-25-17. I invite anyone who wishes to go to meet me there. I plan on arriving somewhere between 9-10 am.
  6. Darktooth

    Sangerfield trip 3-19-17

    Today I had the pleasure of meeting up with @Dsailor at The Cole Hill Dipleura site in Sangerfield. After getting blasted with snow earlier in the week, I wasn't sure if we would have favorable conditions to hunt but decided to give it a shot. We were greeted at the site with aleast a couple feet of snow in the pulloff and about a foot or so up on the cliff. We both decided we didn't drive all this way for nothing. I brought my trusty snow shovel and he he'd a small shovel, so after trudging up th side of the cliff wecleared a spot for us to start working. It really didn't take to long to cle
  7. I woke up this morning, the last day of vacation, wondering how I was going to spend it. Then I read Ropterus' s trip report about his pristine meg. Well it was decided for me! I was just going to have to show you southern guys and gals that you can't keep a New Yorker down! I have had enough with all your balmy weather and sharkteeth! I was going to show you a thing or too about some real fossilhunting. So I loaded my 2 youngest in the car and off we went heading for Deep Springs Road. After the roughly 1 hour drive this is what awaited us.....
  8. http://londonpavementgeology.co.uk/ Cool project in London... soon with a free app available for apple and android. Others should follow suit.... I`ll definitely check it out on my next trip to London. "There is a wealth of high quality rock samples of all types to be seen in the capital [London], mostly visible to the public from the pavement. A searchable collection is offered here for the benefit of students, amateurs and professionals alike. Please respect the fact that in many case the geological specimens are somebody else’s property, please only take photographs, after asking permiss
  9. Dear All, please let me start my very first post with Sir Ernest Shackleton´s "pseudo real" ad from London newspaper The Times: “Ah, when ships were made of wood and men were made of steel…” I am looking for an experienced fossil hunter to join an adventure in the Swiss Geneva Region or neighbouring France, Jura... I have literally zero experince, but willing to learn new things. No equipment but I would love to invest in a small hammer and a chisel for a reasonable price... by the way thank you for the warm welcomes. Looking forward to hear from you... All comments, ideas and suggetio
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