6/11/2011 01:20:00 PM by Lauren Axelrod ·
When I was a child growing up in Ohio, my class would take yearly field trips to the Caesar’s Creek Spill off to go fossil hunting. As a child, it was hard to stay focused on the task at hand. We would never read the signs stating we had to leave behind the fossils bigger than our palms, and now that I’m older, I can appreciate why the signs were posted.
I was lucky enough to find a sample of every fossil that ever lived in this area. Rather the fossils that archaeologists are aware of. Some of them are quite small and some are broken in pieces, nonetheless, I was lucky to find the samples that I did.
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