On a beach I travelled 2 million years through time and wonder.
Thanks Bryan. As wonderful as ever. Always a treat to 'take a break' from my routine and recharge my soul.
Hi Bryan. Good luck with this new endeavor.
How remarkable that you found the home of someone absent for 1.8 million years. I would have guessed that a bit of calcium that old would have been abraded into dust or sand long ago.
Thank you. Your writing is engaging. Recently I have had a hard time settling down to read. I have no problem with your essays. They inspire even in these dark days. Thank you again.
Cool find/essay Bryan! All the 180,000-year-old ammonite fossils we found on the Jurassic Coast in England (where Mary Anning discovered the first complete dinosaur skeleton) inspired us to incorporate some into the backsplash of our kitchen. That way I can contemplate the immensity of geologic time while cooking!
Love it, Margie. Sort of like the gastropods embedded in the floor tiling of the Vermont Statehouse -- lots of history to walk upon!