Northern Indiana is no home for a paleontologist. One place you can hunt fossils, however, is among the scree that lines the railroad tracks (ironically, this limestone probably comes from Southern Indiana, where the hunting is good). I have been visiting this particular stretch of tracks for almost twenty years now. The trains have right of way. The power towers stand watch. The fields race away into the distance, ridden by clouds. You leave when the trains come, that is the rule. Until then, there are wonders to be found.
All video shot by me. No audio.