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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 5B Colorful wulfenite is another new mineral visitors can see at the Indian Valley Museum. Dino Don Dailey gives what may be his last prehistoric presen- tation to local enthusiasts at the Mount Jura Gem and Museum Society potluck and meeting Monday, Sept. 27. This dinosaur egg is a 100, million-year-old specimen Indian Valley Museum Miner- al Room founder Francis Musser bought as a gift for display. The size is no bigger than a ostrich egg, yet the embryo would have eventu- ally grown to a creature weighing many tons. PETER M. TALIA Attorney at Law 257-5199 • Mediated Civil Dispute Resolution • Estate Planning and Probate • Business Planning and Real Estate Susanville for their well wishes and understanding with Don's accident[ ..... 2019 East Main St., Quincy www.quincyhotspot, corn Streaks of blue highlight this specimen of kyanite, one of the new minerals in the world-class mineral room of the Indian Valley Museum in Taylorsville. Photos by Alicia Knadler These gut stones are from the stomach of a dinosaur and once did the same job as grit in a fowl gizzard. The smallest few were found by Dino Don Dailey just a few feet away from a hipbone. If one finds such smooth rocks in dino country, in a place where there was no river, then they are most likely gut stones. Need help REPLACING or REPAIRING: • DOORS • TRIM • WINDOWS • PLUMBING • ROOFING • ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. CONSTRUCTION m, SINCE 1984 m, General Building Contractor All buildings on the property face the same types of risks when it comes to wildfire. Once ignited, these buildings can bring flames closer to the home, potentially resulting in ignition. If ignited, outbuildings will burn much longer than vegetation, resulting in longer fire exposure for any other structures on the property. They will also generate their own. embers. Ensure all buildings have defensible space. Propane tanks should have 10 to 15 foot of defensible space. If you have a screen around your propane tank, be sure to pay special attention to the area between the screen and tank - often flammable materials accumulate and cause additional danger. Flammables around this propane tank pose a major hazard to the home and firefighters ~"~ ~).."" For more information on protecting your home from wildfire " X contact the PlumasFiresafe Council or your local fire department. ' On the web: or This message brought to you by the Plumas County Fire Chief's Association THE DO Monday, October .8, 2012 11:00am shotgun 4-Person Scramble $125 per person Includes greens fees, cart, tee prize and dinner at The Lodge at Whitehawk A Golf Tournament Benefiting For more information, a registration form or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Chuck Franck at (530) 836-2104 or High Sierra Animal Rescue (530) 832-4727