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.
parfive: September Rock & Gem, coupla familiars on p29.
Aug 28, 2015 19:34:38 GMT -5
quartz: 1 1/2 hrs. steady rain this A.M., first since mid May. Thanks to all for doing your rain dances.
Aug 29, 2015 7:25:47 GMT -5
Fossilman: Yes Diana,there is more to that story too..LOL We received some good rain lastnite too,more coming this week...Los of thunder,liking that!
Aug 29, 2015 9:28:58 GMT -5
mr.mohs: certain corridor of Phoenix had a violent thunderstorm last night-- I was in the eye of the storm--- the rocks are o.k. mostly
Sept 1, 2015 8:53:09 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Ed, I heard about that on the news this morning. It's a good thing your rocks are hard, lol. How did you fare?
Sept 1, 2015 11:00:01 GMT -5
spiritstone: Expect more stormy weather. Its snowing in the mountains.
Sept 1, 2015 15:08:24 GMT -5
Fossilman: Snowing on Mount Hood here in Oregon too.................
Sept 1, 2015 16:48:21 GMT -5
spiritstone: Its the third or forth time in the last 2 weeks for us. I dont know why obama is headed to the arctic circle? just come to the Alberta Rockies and see it aint melting.
Sept 1, 2015 17:13:40 GMT -5
mr.mohs: Don & I fared well Jean... thnxs for asking! Luckily the electric didn't go off the other 1/2 of town did...outside this morning looks like Godzilla was on the loose !
Sept 1, 2015 19:18:45 GMT -5
drocknut: Glad you and Don fared well, Ed.
Sept 1, 2015 19:24:04 GMT -5
drocknut: I'm fine Ed, a little warm still but I'll survive. Thanks for asking. By the way, dinner and dessert were excellent; I may have to come back for seconds...lol. Thanks Scott.
Sept 1, 2015 19:32:12 GMT -5
mr.mohs: I got frozen rainbow sherbet ... .... any time...mostly
Sept 1, 2015 19:43:15 GMT -5
$hotgunner: You are welcome.
Sept 2, 2015 11:01:13 GMT -5