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Rock-Hound Opal keeps guard over our fossil finds – we spent a few hours digging in what once was a giant lake in the Eosine some 52 MILLION years ago 🐟 We are in Wyoming now, and have our sights set on Grand Teton next —————————————————————————- ⛰🏕🏔🏕🏔 —————————————————————————- #Wyoming #Yellowstone #getoutside @OutdoorNation #lifeofadventure #mountain #liveauthentic #hike365 #adventuredog #campingwithdogs @campingwithdogs #hikingwithdogs #BPmag #letscamp #rei1440project @REI #TakeMeBackpacking #heelergram #heelersofinstagram #bestwoof  #weeklyfluff #Ruffwear #mydogismy @Ruffwear #excellent_dogs #dogcrushdaily #ProPlan #ProPlanDog @Proplan @nationalparkservice #findyourpark #unitedoutside #fossil #fossils #archeology —————————————————————————- #NeverLeaveTheDogBehind

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Check out Fossil Safari at the Warfield Quarry in Kemmerer Wyoming if you get a chance – we had lots of fun digging for 52 Million year old Eosine fish fossils!

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