I've found what I believe to be evidence of Noah's flood...in my own back yard (midwest, USA). I have never had a hard time finding fossils either.
The rock on the left reveals a leaf that was encased in limestone. The one to it's right is a piece of wood, likewise embedded in rock. The small one at bottom amounts to several small sea shells that were once smashed together by some turbulent event. But that's the point: what besides Noah's flood would have done this? Most earthquakes and floods don't make for fossil conditions but what is described in scripture (Genesis 7) makes for perfect fossil making conditions. I can't prove that it was Noah's flood that did it but we also find very similar fossils around the shores of the lake near our home. As far as I know of there are no recorded disasters in our area. Except for the very cold winters we live in one of the safest places in America.
Here's a close-up of the smallest fossil/rock above:
A few days ago we found this while digging and planting our garden:
That one surprised me. Do we have the remains of an early American pioneer buried somewhere in our back yard? Hmm.
A medallion bearing the likeness of pope John Paul II (no, I'm not catholic). I've lived here for nearly 30 yrs but I have no idea how this object was buried in our back yard but one thing for certain; it's the only object we've found that can be dated with any certainty. (the other medallion, the colorful one, is a medallion on spiritual warfare given to me as a gift from a friend. I used it to help my camera get a better focus).
My point is here that most fossils are formed by cataclysmic conditions. Of course, there are exceptions but, except for the coin & the teethy we found what could have embedded the fossils I listed above? They were each buried less than 1 1/2 feet from the surface.