Photos by Ron Fine
Words by Bob Bross
Our final day was a trip to nearby 18-Mile Creek. No one in the group had visited this location before, so getting the lay of the land (or “flow of the creek”) was a challenge. Initially, very little was found, and we drifted apart into three different groups – and that’s when the discoveries were made. As we separately made our ways to the shores of Lake Erie, more and more fossils were uncovered – or often times, laying there out in the open waiting for someone to pick them up! The earlier feelings of “let’s just turn around and head back home” changed to “do we have to leave now?”
Now let's see Jim Cox's photos of 18-Mile Creek
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