Thursday, May 7, 2009

One of the activities we enjoy in my family is canoeing or kayaking on the Peace River here in Florida. Aside from the beauty and solitude that the river affords, it also offers a look into the past. Peace River is popular to fossil hunters the world over. I rarely pass over the river and not see someone knee deep in the river digging for fossils.
Here are just a few of the sharks teeth we found on a short trip on the river. Occasionally we will find a really nice one and have my mother- in- law wrap it so it can be worn as a necklace or hung on something. The bottom picture is just such a tooth that I am sending to Richard in the U.K. for winning the "spot Trey's dollar" contest.

1 comment:

Ian Berger said...


I just got the windsurfing issue with your interview. There's just one picture, but you end up looking like a pretty interesting fellow. Congrats.