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29 January 2012


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Terri aigner

Very nice report! Only thing I would like to say is I believe that item they have as a petrified turtle is actually petrified coral.


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James McVicker

Nice detailed article about the reservation.


Oh, not sure what I wrote, but George was 8 when his mom passed away after her 13th baby... I think hell be around for a while, hes taken quite a lickin and keeps on tickin! We plan on bringing him down here to the beach; maybe yall can come hang with us then!


Stephanie G.

That sounds like fun! I hope he's around when Luke's old enough to go! Or passes it on to someone just as knowledgeable! I think there must be a typo in when his mom passed away though....I don't think she could have had 13 children at 8 years old. :( Maybe 18 or 28?

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