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Fear and Loathing in Denver
The only fear and loathing was to be had on the worst urban freeway system
I've ever had the misfortune to tangle with. I was bounced around from one
end of town to the other like a pinball machine. Otherwise, the SVP meeting
was a delight and it was a pleasure to meet so many of you at the DML
breakfast. Thanks, Mary, for a wonderful time--even if I didn't win anything!
I'm still reeling from Ralph Chapman and Company's perfect little Triceratops
skull. That was magic! Truth can be beauty, I guess--but to hold it in your
hand and view it from every angle...I better stop before I get misty.
After SVP I went back to my old stomping grounds at the South Dakota School
of Mines and Tech in Rapid City. The joint is jumpin' with 16 grad students
in the vert paleo program. Space in the prep labs has been greatly expanded
and I was in heaven since mosasaurs were everywhere...and, of course, a nice
Camarasaurus skull, just to be politically correct. There's some great
material coming in from the field, locally and from Antarctica. Stay tuned.
Now back to work. Dan Varner.