Tuesday, July 17, 2007


Digging up dinosaur bones in Montana - who could ask for anything more?

The setting.

Triceratops rib bones.

Triceratops skull frill and brain case.

Preparing plaster and burlap strips for jacketing.

Jacketing a Torasaur skull frill.

Lying next to Crichtonsaurus - a small Ankylosaur that we would be working on repairing and putting on display in the museum.

After gluing, sanding, priming and painting, drilling the Crichtonsaurus cast.

The bulk of the vertebrae and head strung on rebar, nearly ready to assemble!

Famous site of the first T-Rex EVER discovered and excavated - back in 1902.

It deserved a jump!


Kilometres said...

My ;ajeoi jealolusy has overridden me. I acan't even type! YOU DUG UP DIONAOURS!

*BOOM* explodes, leaving behind smoky green vapour.

Anthony said...

The picture where you are drilling and someone is holding the item looks awfully dangerous.

gnat said...

the "human vice" is where it's at, man.

Heather said...

How did you rig that?!? You must have some friends in high places...