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May 24, 2012

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barbara

the bones are amazing especially the one that looks like a seagull skull

(you must have walked really far)

Kathleen

That fossil is amazing! So is the clothespin. :)

joanie

The mystery stone looks decorative, like some sort of architectural piece. Wonderful finds!

Lisa

Wonderfully fun .. you take walks like we do. my daughter calls them "natures activities" they are always coming home with all kind of goodies. I love the duck scull .. very cool!

Cozy Memories

I vote for alien beer bottle ! LOL
Kidding aside, it may be a fossil ... but which one ?!
That is the question !
Thanks for these beautiful photos, for letting us travel with you.
So glad you had such a pleasant weekend away !
oxoxo

Valerianna

I got the sense of a long-nosed of some fish or shark thing from that fossil.. like a saw, can't remember what creature it is... and you found an awful lot of great skulls! duck, seagull and ?

Edith

do you have a closer picture of the "top"? What a great discovery!

edith

Kathleen

Here I am back still thinking about that mystery fossil/rock. Do you think it might be a sturgeon? I was reading that they date to prehistoric times. http://onnaturemagazine.com/here-be-giants.html

Edith

sea scorpion or large trilobite? It was not near a sea.... and can trilobites be so long?

Karen

What a great find! I'm going with sea serpent! It looks like you had a wonderful time beach combing. I love the little crochet slipper feet.

Jane S.

How neat! I think you must have had a wonderful time. :)

Geninne

It's so fascinating! Can't wait to hear if you find out what it is!

k

excellent exploring...and i covet your sandals.

Nicole

I too wonder what the heck that could be. I'm curious to show your photos to some of my colleagues here at the museum... I'll keep you posted if I come up with anything.

Tracey

I love your beach finds, but- sorry if this is a bit shallow- I really really love your red shoes!

Daisy

tks for your sharing. it is very good. nice article.

Leyla

looks like a chiton

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