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We have the largest selection of landscape supplies in North Idaho. We cary decorative bark, soil, sod, rock, fountains and more. We offer an excellent selection of landscaping supplies: soils and sod, decorative barks, decorative rocks, fountains, water features, and much more. In addition to offering the finest landscape products available, we will deliver them to your location. With our...
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Heavy lead specimens as an example some of the Shop's current "stock and trade". Features to browse here include downloadable freeware and shareware software for rockhounds, the Rock Net bulletin board, several collections of entertaining and informative mineralogical articles and essays, contests for rockhounds, the free use, form-accessible Rock Trader classified ads, an extensive US Club...
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East London's Gemmologist Jeweller. Combining responsibly sourced gemstones and metals to create honest luxury. Ethical jewellers bringing the Aesthetics to Ethics. Award-winning Collections. Proud Fairtrade Gold Licensees. Bespoke Commissions including engagement rings. Ethical jewellery for the...
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I also have a Wildlife section that includes pictures of some of the wildlife I've come across while rockhounding and, of course, there is the Chief Adventurologist's Blog where you can join me for a virtual rockhound adventure. Provides rockhound information about rocks, minerals, gemstones,...
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The Rock Hound Lounge is a place for you to learn all about rocks, gems, minerals, and especially how to find them yourself. Teachers are welcome here as this will be an invaluable resource for students studying earth science, geology, and even anthropology in the "Artifacts, Arrowheads, and...
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The Middle Tennessee Rockhounds is a group of individuals who share common interests in collecting and working with gems, minerals, jewelry, geology, and fossils. The Middle Tennessee Rockhounds is a non-profit family-oriented organization that is open to individuals of all ages and backgrounds. The Middle Tennessee Rockhounds is a member of the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies...
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Seattle rock shop selling specimens, rough pieces, books, lapidary tools, jewelry & natural curiosities for rock & mineral lovers. We specialize in rocks, minerals, jewelry, books, tools, tumblers, specimens, fossils as well as jewelry making materials, shells, feathers and taxidermy. Visit the Seattle Store>. NW Rockhounds is a shop and a community dedicated to the joys of mineralogy and...
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Rock Hound Kids - Rocks, Minerals, Fossils for Kids, Children, Study , kits, gallery of minerals, homeschool education & teacher supplies and much more! If you're a kid, or a kid at heart, and love rocks, minerals and geology, you'll love our website! Our links section will let you know about good fun websites on the web all about geology! This website has been created and maintained by kids,...
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She’s an amazing rock crawler, still totally open diff’s but she has never left us stranded and so far goes anywhere we need her too! See how we turned a hunting trailer into our home on the road. Follow the upgrades as our Utopia on wheels becomes more functional. Everyone can off-road, but not everyone is an Overlander. The difference is the passion and love for the explore. I am a rock...
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We offer rocks, minerals, fossils, tumbled stones, crystals, meteorites, books on lapidary, crystal healing; lapidary tools: Saw blades, hammers, hats, files, bits, Lapidary supplies: silicone carbide grit, polish, walnut shell and we also have a great jigsaw puzzle. Welcome to Sister's Rocks LLC, sole distributor of quality Fundamental Rockhound products. After October 25, 2019 the Buy Now or...
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With great sadness, I am leaving the land of Dallasite and Flowerstone (Vancouver Island). Real work, the non-rockhounding kind, has called me to the northern end of the continent in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. I am going to keep this blog up as a rockhounding resource for Vancouver Island, BC, and everything going well, Northwest Territories… Read more →. Tommy Lay is that fantastic...
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1. Dedication to developing and maintaining interest in the earth sciences, especially as they relate to geology, mineralogy, lapidary, and fossils. 3. To accomplish these goals through social meetings, lectures, programs, displays and field trips. Pueblo Rockhounds is a non-profit organization with these goals:. 2. To encourage study, collecting and fashioning minerals.
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A comprehensive and authoritative guide to the hobby of rock collecting, a primer on geology, plus Arkansas minerals. J. Michael Howard is a native Arkansas geologist, who after serving the public as an economic geologist/mineralogist for 40 years, retired in 2013. He has authored many articles for mineral collectors as well as the scientific community. Several of these articles have appeared...
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Peanut Wood from Western Australia. It is petrified wood. It was driftwood that sank to the floor of a shallow sea. Then it was set upon by a bivalve called, Teredo or shipworm. It was covered with mud and the borings were filled with sediment which are the white areas. Formed during the Cretaceous Period, 120,000 million years ago. Here’s a coupon for $1 off admission to the show. Come see the...
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Our members share a common interest in rocks and minerals. Areas of interest include lapidary work (cutting and polishing rocks, tumbling, and faceting gems), and jewelry making. Meetings feature club business discussions, rock show-and-tell, give-aways, various programs and presentations, videos, and snack/social time. The club organizes field trips within about half a day's drive from Fort...
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In this group, we all come together to enjoy what the earth has created. If you find a successful digging location it is yours until leave or can’t dig it anymore. If you ask for help digging common courtesy is when you finish digging for the day you lay all pieces on the ground, take two then those who help you take one, and repeat processes till all pieces are claimed. All fees and insurance...
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Information on rock collecting, lapidary, silver smithing, rock and mineral show in Traverse City, MI. We are planning our third outdoor meeting of the year at 6:45 p.m. on July 27 at the Cherry Bend Community Park pavilion. See the newsletter for directions to get there. Our indoor regular meeting schudule is on hold due to the COVID 19 closures. Pre-COVID, these indoor meetings were normally...
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Field trip guides, rockhounding tips, geology, and more! Welcome to Rockhound Times, where you can browse through dozens of detailed gem and fossil collecting localities, find recent news of interest to the rockhounding and geology communities, and even stock up on the essential books and gear that any well-equipped rockhound should have. Every so often a fossil, generally a fossil shell such...
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Vancouver, BC We meet on the fourth Friday of each month except July, August and December, 7:30pm in the Hastings Community Hall of the Hastings Community Center. The entrance is located on Pender Street just behind the Gym. The Hastings Club has been active for almost 50 years. Interests of members range from all aspects of the lapidary arts to rock, mineral and fossil collecting. We have a...
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