16 April 2009

Note from the Lone Male Excavator:

Y'all need to chime in and tell Andrea what a good job she is doing on this here blog a'ight!

We've got a lot done since my last post. Finished another box, matter-O'-fact (10A)! We've busted out them there scapulae from box 1 and got loads more dirt out to, eh.

Keep yer eyes open for a new "what is it" post coming soon!

-Ryan

6 comments:

Spencer said...

I'm currently in the middle of Patriot Games but am waiting for you to bring X-Men back....

Willa said...

A'ight! I freakin' LOVE your blog Andrea!!!!!!!!!

Ashley Fragomeni said...

Hi Andie!

What a fantastic blog, and the fact that you put the Beatles behind that video is amazing! Love it. You rock.

Love, your favorite GI,
Ash

Doug said...

Oh, I think she's doing a fantastic job. I just haven't been able to chime in lately because i have been heavily distracted with an assignment: english teacher dropped a bomb on us with this ridiculous research paper. Will probably drive me insane.

Anonymous said...

hey andie! your blog is awesome! love it soooo much! i loved the pic with all your blisters!


oh, and ryan, wazzz-up! havnt seen you since red rock!

anyway, andie, you have an awesome blog, and i appreciate everything you "tar-people" (hehe not trying to be insulting) do for the paleontological comminity!

-Adrienne

Anonymous said...

Excavators:

Thank you for the blog, very interesting.

Are soft tissue cells (marrow, etc) ever preserved to some extent (within the bone) in unusual cases ? I recall reading about two recent discoveries in this area, one with a T-Rex and the other with 10MYA amphibians.

Thank's.

David