On September 19 to 21 the club made a trip to the Corydon Quarry, Corydon, IN and the Falls of the Ohio State Park in Louisville, KY.
Thanks to Bob Schumer for providing these pictures
The first stop was at a shop where glassblowing was done
The Corydon Quarry was the next stop, where club members collected pink dolomite and other minerals.
The final stop was at the Falls of the Ohio State Park
Interpretive Center. Alan Goldstein, the Resident Paleontologist, had arranged for material from one of the Fluorite mines in the area to be dumped near the Center.
Here's the Interpretive Center:
And the group:
This was a piece of the material from the Fluorite mine
And a mastadon skeleton on display inside the Center