My daughter is finally married. August 2, last Saturday, was a culmination of many months of planning. My wife was the chief planner and designer and although my daughter hired a wedding planner, we did most of the work and for the most part, the wedding went very well. My daughter who I have suggested many times just have a cell phone implant since she always has her phone to her ear, dropped her phone in a parking lot and before she could pick it up, was run over. She complained that all she could do with her phone was send and receive, no texting, no pictures. The tux rental place shorted us one pair of pants so a frantic trip was made back to retrieve a pair of pants. My wife did not think that a pants-less person in the line would look good, and she was probably right, although there would have been a lot to talk about.
Getting on with life as usual, we dug at Price River 2 (PR2) this week. Arriving at the site on Monday Bill and I found that Mother Nature had added considerably to the overburden covering the bones.
Bill and I spent all of Monday with pick, shovel and wheel barrow removing the overburden from off the bones. Tuesday, we were actually able to find the bones. We finished a jacket and moved it out of the way and now we can expose the lower layer of nodosaur bones. As usual, time ran out. We covered the exposed bones once again and left the site until we can return in a few weeks.
I’ll be gone for a couple of weeks so this is my last blog until I return. The last vision I wanted to leave in your mind however, was Paleo Dude in a Tux!