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    • Hey you old goat...Happy Beeee Day!  Tommy.  
    • Can I just give you a down payment! And pick up later.  I may visit a friend in Taos NM. Then make my way to Reno.   I know where you are in Az cause I’ve been on the GPAA claim there in Morristown.    Call you on Monday. Don’t want to interrupt your Sunday Swing.    Patty
    • I have been collecting fish fossils and I find it really rewarding and now I love Metaldetecting .  I love that gold.   This is my sons find!   The little Knightas fish I make into jewelry.  This is called the Green River formation and is way on top of a mountain near the town of Kimmerer, Wy.  
    • It is definitely sockets left from crinoid segments. I wasn't looking that close. My phone screen is tiny and my eyes are bad. Still the larger piece has symmetry that is just not mineral. It is something encrusted in crinoid stems. Or it was laying on crinoids when it fossilized and that is the side we see with the crinoids. In my neck of the woods there are tons of crinoid in limestone. Lots of calcite and flourite are in layers below. There are other fossils in the limestone above the crinoid layer. So you could find a fossil with a bit of crinoid rich material stuck to it I suppose. I think it is fossil (or a casting of something) encrusted in fossils. I'm pretty sure you have found a petrified turducken.
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