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Only time of year I wake up this early

This is what you call a damn good blowout tide. One meg in the cobble stone, only root exposed. Another in sand being washed out only very tip exposed. A 3.25 inch meg cracked right down the center. That would of been beautiful! Then a tiny worn meg to top the day off...But wait! On the way off the beach another pathological upper hemi was on top the sand. Weird looking. It seems to me that H.serra has more pathologies then any other shark.


The random piece of metal was found metal detecting on a farm just north of this fossil hunting location. If anyone has a clue on what it could be I would love to know. Its decorative on both sides. The square on the inside looks somewhat out of shape. Due to how it was made. It looks old to me.


see you on the next blowout -tony

Location Calvert County, Maryland, USA

Date Added12/14/2008

the haul
patho hemi
perfect 2.25
random fish jaw fragment.??? Mystery...What is it>?
awesome whale humerous

just catching up
just catching up
Slim pickin
Slim pickin's
my dad
my dad's drought is over

thar she blows! - 12/14/2008
Reviewer : Daryl from Maryland United States
Total Rating : 10
Isn't a great feeling when you find some goodies!! Nice stuff! Daryl. Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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