Karl & Jenna's Museum 2012
112412: Water mains and valving for the 500 gallon sump tank
110512: Plumbing in the water works for the Water Garden.
102012: Fossil filter work.
093012:Working on the Fossil filter for Water Garden.
070112: Spear point laying in sand on our ranch. Found it while checking our cows.
051012: Digging ponds and creek.
042712: River recon, here come the sisters.....
042712: Tapir Jaw, Whale tooth and Mammoth tooth all in one sq foot.
042712: Found a new spot never touched- a patch of gravel 6 feet by 4 feet that produced 80 megs and horse teeth,
Mammoth teeth frags, antler and a nice piece of saber tooth cat dagger.....and then a ten foot gator.
After he busted up the place I had to leave, couldn't see anymore with all the silted water.
040212: Took my mom Sandy and sis Kim, great day out- lots of nice teeth, red, orange and tans.......
Lots of very nice megs and horse teeth.
040112: The haul from camping trip.......and the best Mammoth tooth I have ever found.
033112: Lot of nice stuff, found in a reddish rock clay, all fossils were very colorful and well preserved.
033112: Found the nicest Mammoth tooth ever, lying in two feet of water in sand and in open plain site..........
on the inside edge of river- which means it laid there for thirty plus years....and no one ever saw it.
033112: River camping trip, found some nice Megs and a absolutely perfect Mammoth tooth- 20+ inches long......
033012: Nice camp site, best weather, clear water, no people.
033012: Caught some nice bass, had an even better dinner......with my sweetie
032912: on our way to camp and fossil hunt.....a long hard haul even for an airboat- lots of downed trees from Hurricane Charley.
031612: Nice river recon, this is the third time out this month and the third time dropped
right onto a great site full of fossils and untouched- and lots of big stuff.
Found a whole cooler full of fossils........
Found a real nice Canon EX auto film camera......remember them!....circa 1972
Mammoth spit tooth, toe bone, Tapir jaw, Vertebra and the best.....a fossilized Monkey's foot
021612: All this in one hour.....
Our new dog Spartacus, 6 months old and already king of the river.
Can you guess what beast he is holding down....
021512: Again we dropped right in on a mammoth site, found all this in one hour.
Would have been thirty minutes but a ten foot gator decided to run right into me in the silted up water.
he made me ink myself..........
The goodies at home............
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You can no longer remove artifacts from Florida rivers.
But you can remove fossils with a fossil permit from the state.
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