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Dinosaur garden that Jim and Jan established in their back yard in summer, 2004.   It has three sections (Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous), each containing flagstones surrounded by plants from the appropriate geological age.   Dorothy the Diplodocus , alive in the Jurassic, stands guard and warily watches the Cretaceous bounded by magnolias in the foreground. Casts of dinosaur bones litter the end of the garden, depicting the mass extinction event 65 mya.

 

 
 
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