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Kentucky Fossils

Found and donated by
Rodney D. Poomis

(actual size ~2cm)

August 24, 2003


This is an agate I've been carrying with me ever since I found it back in about 1960 in the roots of a large uprooted tree in New Hope, Minnesota.  I was about 6 years old at the time and on my way to swimming lessons.  I was in a bathing suit, no pockets, so I hid it in the roots and worried about it the whole time I was at the lake.  It is still one of my most favorite treasures. 

It is about 2 inches in diameter.

 


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