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Alexander
 #1 
Hello everyone.
I'm going to be making a trip out to boulder here shortly, does anyone know of any pay to dig sites open to the public in the area?
Doug Harris
 #2 
I don't know how far you are willing to travel but south of Boulder is Florissant Colorado that has at least one place you can find fossils.  It is less digging and more searching by using razor blades to pry/peel away layers exposing some nice fossils.  I would be glad to tell of my experience in more detail if you want...just let me know.
Alexander
 #3 
That sounds like fun...bit a bit far of a drive, I was hoping for something within a 45ish minute max drive.
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