Mexican Fire Opal 3/23


arago: Like I said, newb is trying to wash off the residue from his first tumbler run. Aug 27, 2014 20:38:28 GMT -5
arago: Back to the discussion. Aug 27, 2014 20:38:44 GMT -5
Fossilman: amanda1982....Go to Kingsley,they are full of goodies and its a one stop store for all your tumbling and hounding needs... Aug 28, 2014 8:54:45 GMT -5
catmandewe: The volcano at yellowstone finally blew? Aug 28, 2014 15:29:49 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Tony, if it did, I think you'd already know about it... Maybe next week. Aug 28, 2014 15:47:51 GMT -5
Fossilman: Na',it just farted......That place has been burpin' for years though...I think we are lucky it has... Aug 28, 2014 17:07:55 GMT -5
Fossilman: Would love to see what's underneath that place!!!!!! Aug 28, 2014 17:08:34 GMT -5
nowyo: Just bought an 18 inch Highland Park saw tonight. Oh, woe is me. What will be the next fix for this junkie? Aug 28, 2014 23:26:20 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Oh, you got it bad, Russ. Do you get the DTs when you don't get out and cut rocks on a regular basis? Not the worst thing in world. I have shown great self restraint, 10" HP trim saw largest I have. It makes for a good excuse, can't saw those big rocks. Aug 29, 2014 0:44:13 GMT -5
wampidy: Jean, I think you should call it "don't have to lift those big rocks". My 12 is good for me also. The one big rock that I cut in Tony's saw in Quartzsite was way too much for me.(only 54 lbs) I am thinking motorcycle lift and rolling them in. Aug 29, 2014 11:02:47 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Jim, you know what they say about good things coming in small packages? I'd like to think I have every bit as good a chance to find winners in the smalls, and not have to deal with the big ones. Lifting heavies not good for old backs. Aug 29, 2014 11:30:36 GMT -5
Shotgunner: hmmm.... good to know Jim has a 12" saw. Must remember for future discussions..... Aug 29, 2014 22:30:25 GMT -5
Shotgunner: Ohhh!!! Russ has an 18"!! wooohooo!! Aug 29, 2014 22:30:43 GMT -5 *
nowyo: Yeah, I do. Got it home tonight. It was in the cellar of a farmhouse. Had to mostly disassemble it to get it through the door and up the stairs. The things we do for fun. I'll put it back together tomorrow night. Bet it hasn't been used in 30 yrs. Aug 29, 2014 23:01:19 GMT -5
Rockoonz: It aint a big rock saw till you measure blade size in feet :P Aug 30, 2014 0:02:45 GMT -5
Shotgunner: I did see a 4 foot oil saw recently. Same dude has a 12 foot cable saw.... Aug 30, 2014 11:09:24 GMT -5
wampidy: It ain't a big rock saw till you measure blade cost in thousands could be another way to put it. I can not imagine the cost of a 3 to 4 foot blade. We are talking a circumference of over 9 and 12 feet. That is a whole pile of diamonds. Aug 30, 2014 16:21:44 GMT -5
Shotgunner: 48" x 0.257" segmented blade = $2700, cutting with biodiesel lasts years - as I am told Aug 30, 2014 16:38:37 GMT -5
mr.mohs: this shouting reminds me of the $75,000 rock! guys remember that? Aug 30, 2014 19:45:21 GMT -5 *
nowyo: Heck, I've got one of those right here in the yard! You got the cash? Take your pick! Any rock in the yard! Hell, all the rocks in the yard! Aug 30, 2014 23:03:08 GMT -5