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  • Here are the remians of some of the old kilns.Here are the remians of some of the old kilns.5/25/2007
  • A view of some the fossil collecting areas.A view of some the fossil collecting areas.5/25/2007
  • I seem to have lost the photo with my GPSr but here is a photo of my car in the parking lot.  It's the green Ford Aerostar van.I seem to have lost the photo with my GPSr but here is a photo of my car in the parking lot.  It's the green Ford Aerostar van.5/25/2007
  • signsign5/25/2007
  • no descriptionno description8/26/2006
  • I have seen these listed as horn corals, rugose corals or solitary corals and nicknamed "stick-in-the-muds. The shell was the anchor that the animal used to keep it upright in the mud. I have seen these listed as horn corals, rugose corals or solitary corals and nicknamed "stick-in-the-muds. The shell was the anchor that the animal used to keep it upright in the mud. 8/26/2006
  • A typical brachiopod found at this site.A typical brachiopod found at this site.8/26/2006
  • The fossils can be sharp so wear gloves if you have tender skin! The fossils can be sharp so wear gloves if you have tender skin! 8/26/2006
  • no descriptionno description8/11/2006
  • There are still some kilns left from the brick and tile firing days at the quarry. There are still some kilns left from the brick and tile firing days at the quarry. 1/22/2006
  • This good of specimen is typical in the Rockford quarry.This good of specimen is typical in the Rockford quarry.1/22/2006
  • Gastropods are all over too, you just have to look and be patient.Gastropods are all over too, you just have to look and be patient.1/22/2006
  • Horn corals are abundant here.Horn corals are abundant here.1/22/2006
  • The fossils are everwhere!The fossils are everwhere!1/22/2006
  • Up close and personal.Up close and personal.1/22/2006
  • Two of my best students trying to identify a brachiopod they found.Two of my best students trying to identify a brachiopod they found.1/22/2006
  • The students always laugh and have lots of fun while getting skinned up on these hills. The students always laugh and have lots of fun while getting skinned up on these hills. 1/22/2006
  • This looks like a badlands in Iowa. The kids love this place!This looks like a badlands in Iowa. The kids love this place!1/22/2006
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