Best Western Plus Fossil Country Inn & Suites
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... me off. This WikiPedia article talks about the super volcano that erupted 640 000 years ago and shot 240 cubic miles of ejecta into the atmosphere, blanketing North America in 5 feet of ash and the world in 1 foot; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowsto ne_Caldera
The super volcano that makes up most of the park will erupt again one soon, it is overdue and will be if not an extinction level event, will definitely be a major inconvenience. ...
... grocery shopping, went to the Fossil Butte National Monument.
We started by having a picnic under a gazebo in the park, and then drove back to the visitor's center to learn about the area. Fossil Butte is so called because there is a "butte" (a flat-top mountain) that contains numerous fossils, mostly from fish ...
... north to Kemmerer. The part of the country we travelled consists of parks, oilfields and mineral mining. Quite the mixture. Kemmerer itself is a sleepy little town that owes its existence to what was once the biggest open pit coal mine in the world. It also has the first J. C. Penny store. We are psyched for the fossil fish dig tomorrow ( especially Liz). Another Mexican dinner tonight. I am doing a study of chicken enchiladas and Liz is searching for the quintessential ...
... submarines in South America. He was sorely missed, but it will at least give us the opportunity to rub it in his face whenever we see him :)
50 Ma, during the Eocene, the area around what is now southwestern Wyoming was a giant lake. In this lake were lots of fish, Doing what fish do, swimming around, eating each other, falling deeply in love and making new fish, then dying (sometimes exploding due to ...
... road (probably bored to death) how to get to the fossil place. Then he started giving us confusing directions and looked at our faces and said why don't I show you. And that is how we ended up getting a police escort to the fossil place. Once we got there we met George and I found the first fossil. Then I found three more fossils then my finding of fossils came to a halt while ...