Lake Texoma Field Trip - Wrap Up by Polly Mullinnex

I unfortunately missed my first field trip since becoming Field trip leader.  I had some minor dental surgery that decided to start bleeding leaving me looking very much like a Vampire after a tasty meal, so I was forced to turn around and return home.  I want to thank Ed and Kathy Swiatovy who were co-leaders for taking over and assuring a perfect day for all in attendance.  The weather was outstanding with comfortable temperatures and  lovely breeze which encouraged a large turnout.  In all, 39 cars and those peopling them showed up in full force so the decision was made to divide the group into three pods each hunting a different part of the lakeshore.  Ed and Kathy Swiatovy, Jane and Don Fagerstroim and Roger and Linda Farish were the hosts.  (more pics in the November Fossil Record)


Photos aken by Mark McKinzie: Don Fagerstrom Shark Vertebra (photo one and two), Photo three - Bob Williams - a boney fish tooth plate.  The fourth photo - left to right: Jane, Don, Rachell, Nonette, Phyllis, Sean, David, and Bob.

      

      

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