Post by NM Stone Supply on Oct 16, 2012 21:25:38 GMT -5
I have a bunch of pink rhodonite for sale. It has some pyrite in it and is a very nice pink color. It is from Colorado. The pictures do no justice for the color. I am selling Small FRB's full (3+ lbs.) for $18 shipped. If you might like a larger piece feel free to ask and I can post a pic. I am asking $4.00 per pound plus shipping. PM me, email me or find me on facebook.
rockpickerforever: Tommy, glad to hear that you and Eva are safe. Hope you didn't incur any property damage. Wondering if this is the start of shake and bake season? I really should move some stuff down off of shelves, be a little better prepared.
Aug 24, 2014 19:45:26 GMT -5
wampidy: How about moving somewhere safer like me, next to Yellowstone Park.
Aug 25, 2014 12:42:45 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Safer?? You've got to be kidding me! Maybe safe from little CA earthquakes, but how 'bout the Yellowstone Caldera (supervolcano) lurking beneath the park? One good thing, when that blows, it'll all be over fast. (You just want someone to carry your rocks!)
Aug 25, 2014 13:20:33 GMT -5
150FromFundy: If Yellowstone blows, it won't matter if you are at ground zero, or in California. It should take a few days for the ash cloud to take out the east. Stupid rocks!
Aug 25, 2014 19:08:22 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Ha ha, you got that right, Darryl! Best to get it over with quickly!
Aug 25, 2014 19:31:39 GMT -5
drocknut: That's my thinking too.
Aug 25, 2014 19:47:59 GMT -5
Shotgunner: if yellowstone blows and the ash goes east, how does that hurt me near LA, CA?
Aug 26, 2014 10:36:21 GMT -5
mr.mohs: no worry about the ash gunner... CA will be under the sea...most likely
Aug 26, 2014 11:57:54 GMT -5
amanda1982: Hi there my daughter wants to get into rock tumbling she is 7 . So I was wanting to find some information here and other websites can anyone give me some recommendation as to where I should look? Also new to this site so have not looked a bunch on here yet
Aug 26, 2014 12:46:34 GMT -5
mr.mohs: welcome amanda1982 RTH is an excellent source with very helpful people especially with a child starting...
Aug 26, 2014 13:00:17 GMT -5
Fossilman: As seen the blast zone on the maps they show,if and when Yellowstone blows is a southern zone,the east and west will suffer some,but not as bad as the southern states...About like Mount St. Helen did...
Aug 26, 2014 13:26:26 GMT -5
Shotgunner: meh.. unless it's truly cataclysmic and the sky darkens so long food wont grow...
Aug 26, 2014 15:29:33 GMT -5
Shotgunner: amanda1982 welcome to the sight. You walk with giants here and there is tons of reading to do. Get to work!
Aug 26, 2014 15:30:05 GMT -5
rockpickerforever: Ed's probably right, SoCal will be underwater by then. Global warming, ya know? My understanding on the ash cloud, it'll come full circle around the plant in no time at all. Just move to Montana now for a front row seat, and get it over with!
Aug 26, 2014 16:35:37 GMT -5
amanda1982: Wow been browsing and there is soooo much info. Now to figure out where to start and which machine to purchase. I wish I had a store close to go and look at the products. Online can be overwhelming sometimes
Aug 26, 2014 17:04:02 GMT -5
mr.mohs: amanda1982 be sure to post an introduction and your question in the VISITOR & GUEST section. I'm sure RTH will be one stop source of invaluable info
Aug 26, 2014 20:46:37 GMT -5
mr.mohs: I was jus think that super volcano would be such cataclysmic advent on the earth vunerable area would slide into the sea
Aug 26, 2014 20:48:02 GMT -5
nowyo: Probably not, Ed, the faults in CA aren't working that way. SoCal will continue it's slow march to the NW and become an offshore chain of islands in oh, 20 or 30 million years. If/when Yellowstone caldera blows we'll have time to say "oh s$#@.
Aug 26, 2014 22:12:02 GMT -5
mr.mohs: so if that sucker blows... none of us will be around to gloat : see I told you so?
Aug 27, 2014 1:02:50 GMT -5