Post by inflight22 on Jan 30, 2006 20:32:22 GMT -5
Sorry, I read previous post and still didn't understand what the terms cabbing, cabs, cabachon means.
I am very new to this hobby, as I bought my daugher a cheap little tumbler for Christmas and seem to have become interested in rocks myself. I have more questions, but will make them separate posts as to keep them all simple.
God of Multiple Parallel Universes Full of Rocks and Apprentice to THE ONE.
Cabbing, cabochons, cabs, are when you cut a slab of rock, then cut smaller pieces from the slabs and shape them for use as jewelry, or any type of setting. Technically, cabochons are round or oval shaped and ground with a dome on them.
jakesrocks: No frost just across the border in SD, but it came danged close to it the other night. Think the wind was the only thing that prevented it.
May 31, 2015 13:18:41 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Frost? What's that?? Just kidding, we get it here in SoCal too, but not so often. Like snuffy, we are already eating fresh 'maters, squash, peppers and fruit, while you northerners are still waiting until it's safe to plant!
May 31, 2015 14:30:53 GMT -5
snowmom: its all good, at least I got warned. Will go put a sheet over the newly planted tomatoes, the raspberries and strawberries will just keep going regardless. at least I'm not in the boat alone!
May 31, 2015 16:23:32 GMT -5
mr.mohs: Mr. Frosty the ice cream truck just pulled up. popsicle anyone?
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Fossilman: ICE CREAM!!!!!!!!!!!! We all want ice cream!!!!!!!!!!!
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mr.mohs: chili today huh ?
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