Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 1, 2020

Death Valley Archaeological Find

Blowing sands have revealed the archaeological find of the decade! Buried for over 150 years, this treasure trove of paper left behind by the ’49ers came to the surface after last night’s wind storms. Archaeologists immediately carted it away “for study and conservation.”

Happy #AprilFools from Death Valley National Park!

A trunk full of toilet paper is partially buried by a sand dune.

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  1. Good one, Sandy. You had me going there. By the way, trilium are in bloom in a small woodland up here in a Vancouver WA park my wife and I use for a break from sheltering during the pandemic (no joke!).

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  2. Oh my! 🤪

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