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Hydrangea


Hi Sarah - I live not far from Kelsey Gardens, one of the areas hidden gems.

I'm sure you know they are disused gravel pits, but too overgrown to find fossils.


Regards.

Roy D.
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fussy fossiler
Hi I know I have been a little quiet of late I have been busy with work and a new venture I have had in the pipelines for a couple of years and so I thought I would share this with you guys :) I've been toying with the idea for some time now about trying to access normally in accessible spots were there are fossils & hopefully some nice bits of jet :) so as my hubby is a kayak fisherman in his spare time I thought Hmm now there's an idea ! ;) so me & the hubby saved up and managed to get me a second hand kayak for my fossiling adventures :) I have trained hard so I am ready to venture out to sea and so that I am capable and competent to be safe while out at sea don't get me wrong I am in no way an expert but that comes with experience so hopefully I will be able to access new places to look for fossils etc and I hope to post lots of stuff over the coming months anyway here's a few photos of my shiny red yak and me thanks for looking .

Regards

Sarah ƒ¢‹Å“‚º







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TqB
Good luck, Sarah, hope there's room for an ichthyosaur.
Tarquin
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beatpete
Best of luck, Sarah
Beatpete
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Anywhere for little ammonites, twice as far for big ones!
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fussy fossiler
Thanks tarquin I do have a few storage options but I need to find one first ƒ°…¸‹Å“¢â€š¬ and thanks betepete I want to use my kayak for camping trips as well find a nice little cove and camp for the night . .

Regards

Sarah ƒ¢‹Å“‚º
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Hydrangea


Good luck Sarah.

Is that Kelsey Gardens in the photos?


Regards.

Roy D.
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fusilier21


Top fossiling/boating tip: Glass bottomed kayaks. It's the future.

Cheers,

Andrew

Je passe quand meme
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deerhunter
A nice little cove and camp for the night ? Are we talking somewhere tropical or Yorkshire?
Between Sandsend and Kettleness maybe  Hayburn Wyke possible. The trouble is  weather and getting two nice days.
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fussy fossiler
Hi Hydrangea why yes it was Kelsey lakes lovely place and very nice people have you been ? :)

Regards

Sarah :)
"Gravy !?, I love gravy its' us northerners favourite soft drink "
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fussy fossiler
Hi ya deerhunter defiantly not tropical good old Yorkshire for me as I'm a reet proper Yorkshire lass so not to  bothered about weather unless it is exceptionally windy then it would be a no go but yes I was  thinking Hayburn Wyke : D .

Regards

Sarah :  D
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fussy fossiler
Hi Andrew I'm not to keen on the idea of glass bottomed kayaks myself unless it was somewere tropical  :) because let's face it were I live the sea is a lovely shade of brown so proberly would not see anything ƒ°…¸‹Å“¢â‚¬Å¡ƒ°…¸‹Å“¢â‚¬Å¡ .

Regards

Sarah :)
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WillW
Looks like a whole new adventure! I'm guessing Hayburn is an option because of the pub?!
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