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The 2017 MAPS fossils-only show was held March 31 – April 2 in Iowa City, Iowa. That was the big draw to the Hawkeye State. But there is more: the birthplace of Buffalo Bill in LeClaire, IA museum of Antique Archaeology (aka American Pickers) in LeClaire, IA Herbert Hoover National Historic Site in West Branch,
Only one box full! (Or maybe two. That’s all.) In a previous Dry Dredgers blog (Goin’ back to Tucson, 2/13/17), I introduced the vast array of fossils that are available at the Tucson Show (late January-February). It might be of interest to some readers to see the specimens that I actually acquired at the
In early 2016, I reported on my “field trip” to the Tucson Show, a gigantic event that covers several weeks in January and February. Well, now it’s time to talk about my field trip to the 2017 show. For those not familiar with the event, vendors from around the world descend on Tucson to
At the end of November (28-30), the St. Paul, Indiana quarry held an open house for fossil collectors. Jim Cox (of the Dry Dredgers) happened to see a post about the event on Fossil Forum (thefossilforum.com), and passed the word along. So, off I went on the 30th. The open house was apparently not