Post by sandpeople on May 31, 2012 15:48:16 GMT -5
Northeastern Utah, through central is the place to go. Vernal, UT is home to Dinosaur National Monument. I found 3 fossilized snails about 50 miles from that spot. Central Utah, San-Rafael Swell is a fricking hot-bed of fossils- I had a friend that was hiking slot canyons there and reported seeing a large carnivore skull embedded in a canyon wall, with native petroglyphs around it.
Here in SW utah, it's pretty bad for fossils- that spot is volcanic, with lots of ash, sandstone, and other stuff. Still is pretty though.
Obishane, you look a lot like Obi-Wan from Attack Of The Clones
Just missing the sweet robes, awesome Jedi powers, and Imba lightsaber.
;), my Girlfriend likes to remind me of that a lot. Lately it's been a lot of Thor though. I got stopped 3 times during the midnight premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman. Also, I was repeatedly stared at, quite akward in fact.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, I'm going to your house.
Don't forget to pack your chainsaw and your boom-stick.
*My plan for the Zombie Apocalypse (ZA) is to fly to Tahiti, as any zombies would have to walk across the ocean floor, and would likely be eaten/picked clean by sharks or other fish, or get lost in some deep sea trenches. And hey, you're in Tahiti too. My house does work as a solid plan B, as I have some food storage, 2 hatchets, and wilderness skills.
Well, when we wind up with zombie sharks, I'll blame you for leading the zombies underwater. (Or perhaps I'll just stick with blaming Nartules.)
It is of my opinion that only warm-blooded creatures can become zombies, hence no zombie sharks (but maybe zombie dolphins) yet I know of no hard and fast "Asimovian" laws of Zombies. I believe I taken this thread into a dark, strange place.