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Re: [humanism-174] Re: Nasutoceratops: 'Big-nose, horn-face' dinosaur described

From: sheri p.
Sent on: Thursday, July 18, 2013 11:04 AM
Thank you, Glen for the additional information!  That is GREAT! :)

On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 10:20 AM, Glen <[address removed]> wrote:
How long it takes to "prep" a fossil depends a lot on its condition and degree of completeness.  Sometimes (especially with
invertebrate fossils), they need little or no work. Others can take years or more to fully reconstruct and restore.  By the way,
our fossil club is having it's annual picnic and auction this coming Saturday. There you'll see many locally collected fossils, and
if you'd like to bid, can acquire some common fossils and paleo related books, clothing, art, etc. All auction items are donated
by club members and all proceeds go toward the club. The picnic will be a pot-luck cookout, except for the brontoburgers supplied by the club.
We're also having a funny hat contest. For more info see:

Yes, fossil eggs, nesting sites, tracks, and many other "trace fossils" (left while an organism was still alive) are major problems for YECs 
They tie themselves into knots trying to explain how dinosaurs made nests, laid and hatched eggs, and walked around thousands of
track sites during the midst of a global Flood.  See: 
Speaking of tracks, I'm planning to head down to Texas in a week or so do more dinosaur track work. Most of the riverbeds are bone dry, which the farmers hate, but dino trackers love. If anyone wants to join me (it's always an adventure) let me know. I'll probably drive down and spend 8-10 days, since I have a lot of gear, but you can also fly down and rent a car at DFW (about 2 hrs from the track sites.  It'll probably be hot as blazes, but we're not doing much better here.   

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