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I've always been a rock lover, and recently found my first fossils on the shores of Lake Michigan. It fueled the fire and now every time I take my kids to the lake, I obsessively hunt for more. I'm hoping to get some information on what I've found, and learn from others here.

I'm married with two beautiful children and I work from home. In my downtime I like to garden, rock/fossil hunt ;) and binge watch shows on Netflix.

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Welcome to the Forum from Connecticut. :)

Regards,

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Welcome to the Forum!

Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.
-Albert Einstein

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Welcome to the Forum :)

"There has been an alarming increase in the number of things I know nothing about." - Ashleigh Ellwood Brilliant

“Try to learn something about everything and everything about something.” - Thomas Henry Huxley

>Paleontology is an evolving science.

>May your wonders never cease!

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Welcome neighbor! Maybe we'll see you out there sometime. The Kenosha Museum is free and great! Im sure you've been.

~Charlie~

"There are those that look at things the way they are, and ask why.....i dream of things that never were, and ask why not?" ~RFK
->Get your Mosasaur print
->How to spot a fake Trilobite
->How to identify a CONCRETION from a DINOSAUR EGG

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Hello Anne!

Welcome to the forum from neighboring northern Illinois. You're most likely finding invertebrate fossils from either the Silurian or Devonian period. I've found some beautiful waterworn corals, brachiopods, and cephalopods walking the beach in Zion. I also enjoy collecting the waterworn agates, conglomerates, pudding stones, and omars. :)

Finding my way through life; one fossil at a time.

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