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.
Shotgunner: Nothing better than the sound of the slab going 'clunk' at at the same moment the saw shuts off.
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Geoff: Thanks for trying to keep the heat off me everyone
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wampidy: Well dude, you are not forgettable and would hate to see a great father torn away from his beautiful babies so he could do hard time or community service. Plus you post some cool s..t. How are the babies by the way? When I see your name on here it reminds
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wampidy: me of the photo of you and your daughter at the flat lap polishing rocks. Best photo of the decade.
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Geoff: Those kids are obscene with their cuteness. Makes me want to throw up. :p
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broseph82: Met a lady at my kids baseball game who is a former rockhound from Washington state. She said she had a bucket full of Adventurine that she would let me pick my fill from.
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mr.mohs: some guys have all the luck
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linus: I am trying to contact bobby1. Proboards says he often connects. I sent a message through "Send Message" but never got an answer probably because he never reads those messages.
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linus: Is there another way to contact him ?
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therockviking779: So probably a lame question but oh well, trying to post pic's with a thread and wont let me says all my pics are to many MB's what do i do?
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linus: bobby1, you are online. Please read my personal message ! I tried the chat but it is not working.
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Fossilman: I use "photobucket" for my pics,they automatically set the MB's on my photos..
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150FromFundy: Photobucket is the way to go. It is a pain, but after posting pictures since 2009, I'm only 30% full.
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Shotgunner: linus does Bob know who you are? If you had pm'd me I may have ignored too. Perhaps some posts and a self intro are in order?
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