At a geologic pace

Fossil Cabin Museum making slow movements towards Medicine Bow

The Fossil Cabin Museum is getting ready for its move in the manner of a turtle, very slowly. There may even be a fossil bone from this type of reptile built into the house somewhere.

Medicine Bow Museum Director Sharon Biamon can't wait to have the Fossil Cabin to come to the museum to actually see all the different ancient bones and fossils that make up the structure.

So far she has waited two summers.

The house was built as a tourist attraction next to a gas station owned by Thomas Boylan.

In 1915, Boylan began collecting dinosaur bones from nearby Como Bluff intending to complete a dinosau...

 

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