Monday, 9 March 2015

Friends' Day

Our annual Friends' Day is scheduled for this Sunday.

Besides watching diggers, we are expecting:
  1. Nicole to show people our newspaper article and give away a few "shoulder bones" (fossils confirmed to have little scientific value)
  2. Some diggers to point a lot, explain where we dig and what the landscape was like 120 million years ago.
  3. A table full of fossil finds from this year or prepared since last year (some real, a few important or fragile ones might be photographs only)
  4. Mike to lead a prospecting meander (probably to the "Honey Locality" - so called because of the colour of the bones he finds there).
If there is demand, we might even run a geology tour or rock-pooling stroll.

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