Kettle Point, Canada

Had the pleasure of meeting with the Chippewa First Nations’ Land Manager in Ontario yesterday to get the research ball rolling. Fingers crossed Chief Henry and the Council approve and grant us permission. Unknown toe me the kettle concretions are considered sacred and it’s frowned upon to remove them from the shale. Seeing the beautiful blue water of Lake Huron was a bonus.

Lake Huron
Concretion with plant fossils
Split concretion

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