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Railroad Pass, Clark County, Nevada (first RR Pass page here) More info on RR Pass at my rockhounding site linked below: https://southwestrockhounding.com/2020/04/02/more-on-railroad-pass-clark-county-nevada/ March 31, 2020 Yesterday I returned to Railroad Pass (internal link) to further investigate the area. I went … Continue reading
My new book (external link) will be in black and white to save costs. Color is the most expensive part of any hardcopy book or magazine. While my readers would certainly enjoy color, they would not enjoy paying for it. … Continue reading
The Harding Pegmatite Mine in Taos County, New Mexico is owned by the State and managed by the University of New Mexico. You can visit and collect up to five pounds of material but there is a procedure you must … Continue reading
October 15, 2020 UPDATE Update: Sunshine Gallery and Gifts has reopened! Located half-way between Tombstone and Tucson, Rolf Luetcke runs the best rock and mineral store that you have never seen. Five decades plus of collecting and selling. Check Mindat … Continue reading
Just a quick note to say I’m making a one day field trip to Oatman, Arizona, Actually, six miles outside of Oatman. I’ll report soon on what I was looking for. Update! For a feel good story about part of … Continue reading
Here’s a link to the latest blog at my rockhounding site: https://southwestrockhounding.com/2018/11/19/points-north/ I know I am concentrating lately on all things rock related, rather than writing itself, but it’s all part of working on my book. I’ll try to come … Continue reading
New post this morning on making plaster casts in the desert. Make tracks to here (external link).