Post by tanyafrench on Apr 28, 2011 8:51:50 GMT -5
Love it Sheri, You have a wonderful knack for making people feel comfortable, like the sitting area in the middle of the rock tables. I do hope to get out there one day if the gas prices ever drop again. My brother in law is in Casa Grande, Az. After driving at least 2,000 miles, by way of South Dakota, to his house anywhere in AZ would be a short trip to your shop.
God of Multiple Parallel Universes Full of Rocks and Apprentice to THE ONE.
Post by Rockhobbit on Apr 28, 2011 11:19:49 GMT -5
Thanks guys! It has been really busy. I opened last Sat cause I didn't have anything to do but not expecting any business the day b4 easter but I got slammed! I expect it to slow way done as the temperatures go up. I will spend that time getting ready for fall and the Christmas season! Please remember that anyone that is nearby is welcome to put rock or rock related outside and make some $.
Been a member since 2006 but starting over on posts is not a bad idea! All those stars get in the way of your name! LOL
Post by tanyafrench on Apr 28, 2011 16:54:03 GMT -5
Jo, I wish we could. Chris probably won't come with us. He and Diane don't travel too much and this will be an expensive trip. Jerry and I do okay but we can't afford a motel room for them every night. But then maybe if he starts selling some of his wraps, who knows. I would love to do Quartzite but that would take out the South Dakota trip as well. Too much snow then, I want to see Mt Rushmore before I am too old.
rockpickerforever: Almost wished you a happy birthday today, Mike Fossilman. It was the other fossilman, Don, active a long time ago (2007). I remember this confusion last year. Your BD is the day after mine.
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mr.mohs: ah thanks Cath! actually this as been a mild summertime blues
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Shotgunner: when I toured the Asahi beer factory the tour girl kept saying "fill-ti-lation" and it took a few moments to realize she was saying filtration!! Adorable she was!!
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Terry664: I have been away for a few years don't recognize anyone in here
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Fossilman: A lot of new people in here Terry..........Welcome back.
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rockpickerforever: Hi Diane!! Long time no see! Whatcha been up to? Trouble, no doubt, lol.
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rockpickerforever: Ugh, have a filthy, dirty truck to wash. Maybe if I wash it, it'll rain? I can only hope. Going to swap meet tomorrow, wish me luck!
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Rockhobbit: Good morning peeps! Hope ya'll have a great day!!
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rockin12thman: Hello all, I'm a rookie rockhound in Western Washington. If anyone has knowledge of prospecting sites in my neck of the woods, I'm all ears. lol I would love to find a geode!! Have a great day and happy hunting.
Jul 20, 2014 12:36:59 GMT -5
Fossilman: Lots of Washington people on here.....Welcome aboard....
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thehp: Hello - the hp ( new guy to this board )Is there a preferred thread for introductions to the community, or dos folks just jump in when they have a question / comment / etc ?
Jul 20, 2014 17:17:06 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Welcome! You may introduce yourself in the "Visitors and Members" section here link
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1nickthegreek: Good morning RTH'ers!!!!!!!!
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bonnielou: Very central new jersey. Enjoyed viewing rock/minerals pic that i could actually id as have same.
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