Dry Dredgers Guest Book

Please sign our guest book. Feel free to tell us a little about yourself - your interest in fossils, what brought you to this web site, or anything else we might want to know. Please keep the subject matter to fossils, the Dry Dredgers, or the drydredgers.org web site.

Thanks.
Bill Heimbrock, Webmaster

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Hello from Spain, out of curiosity I found your blog on the internet, just as I am a lover of paleontology and wanted to congratulate you for your association and your good work with Paleontology. A greeting for your entire association of Pedro Antonio Fernandez.

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Nice! Thanks for the information

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Great information!

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Hi, this is a great, very helpful website. I have not collected for around 20 years, but I'm getting very interested to start hunting again. I love trilobites and crinoids the most, but everything interest me. I collected all my earlier fossils around Northern KY. off of 275 in hillcuts. My best finds are: 2 complete prone flexicalymene Meeki = one very fragile; 1/2 of an Isotelus; a 1/4 inch long nearly complete Primaspis; a complete Cryptolithus cephalon (minus the genal spines);
a colorful Rafinesquina; and 3 nice partial crinoid crowns -- My guess is Ectenocrinus. I plan to join the group. Thanks again for the great information on this site.


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Hi! I'm new to fossils. I went to Minnesota to help the Burpee Museum of Nat. Hist. look for dino bones and other things a couple of summers ago. I loved it! All of my digging has been in the geology area--minerals, semi-precious and non-precious but pretty gems and garden rocks! My interest is in those field trips where I can dig, get dirty and meet fascinating people.

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Realy nice, thank you so much for all of this. hv.inga.peters@versanet.de

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I am an amateur fossil hunter. I attended a couple Dry Dredgers meetings years ago. Very interesting information and people. I lived in Cincinnati then.

I Love trilobites, though I have never found one entirely intact. When the weather warms I plan to visit the cut in the hill on KY 68 leading to the new bridge between Maysville, KY and Aberdeen, OH. Perhaps I'll find one.


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We visited family in Ohio last year and I was delighted to find fossils. While planning a trip for next May I had the great fortune to find your site.

I have found so much information here. Thank you!

Looking forward to visiting and finding tons of fossils next year.


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