Karl & Jenna's Museum 2013
December 8th: Creek recon, caught 40 plus bass and found these Mammoth teeth.
Found some awesome wood also for water gardens.
September 2013: Venice dive, found a few teeth. just hour after asking if anyone ever finds a spear point, one was found- mile plus off shore!
Found this 2nd half of a 5 3/4 inch meg in my Honey Hole in creek, hunted it last 4 years ago and found the left side, then just as I saw a long tail
of a mega fauna laying beside me.....I find this at the moment I was about to dart....saw a white edge, grabbed it and left. the Gator never moved.
May 30th, 2013: Last dive of the year?, rains starting early.
May 28th, 2013: Another mammoth tooth.
May 27th, 2013: Took out some family out for the day.
May 26th 2013: Found the other half of a 5 3/4 inch megs- four years later.
May 22, 2013: River recon, couple hours out, Nice jaw piece, I sure would like that tooth.
Already hunted this three times, then running my hand is the sand and I hit something hard, went back and fanned it out- more Mammoth teeth!
May 19th 2013: River recon north honey hole, again found great stuff. some really nice red teeth just out of the jaws.
May 14th 2013: River recon, Found another spot with Mammoth teeth.
May 10th 2013-Finished Water Garden, 1.5 years of work......
042813: River recon- a little fishing before the next fossil hunt.....
After a rebuild of the airboat engine, new seats and electrical upgrades.....nice!
April 2013: Not much time for fossil hunting with the new water garden at the new house.....maybe some day soon!
020213: Finishing up the garden pond at new house.
012713-Pond work at house, putting in the rock borders.
012313: Finished Lake fountains and aeration three tier fountain.
011813: almost done with demo.
011713:Lake Katherine fountain work, demoing the old ugly and getting ready for the new three tier fountain.
040613:Final concrete layer, almost done.
010413: New pond and garden project at house.
Finished SOLID Oak Glass top Fossil table, 14 inches deep x 6 foot long To order one, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
You can no longer remove artifacts from Florida rivers.
But you can remove fossils with a fossil permit from the state.
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