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The Harding Pegmatite Mine in Taos County, New Mexico

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

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A Destination Rock and Mineral Shop Opens in Arizona!

Rolf and Mary Luetcke are back in business, after a five year hiatus. The store was open as a rock, gift, jewelry and art store for over 23 years in southeast Arizona. Located only three miles from Benson, Arizona on … Continue reading

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Headed to Oatman, Arizona

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

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Another New Post At SouthwestRockhounding.com

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

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New Post at SouthwestRockhounding.com

New post this morning on making plaster casts in the desert. Make tracks to here (external link).

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My New Website is Taking Shape

I’m building a website to support my book. The trick is providing interesting content that does not duplicate what the book will contain. I can have photos, but anything posted must be low resolution and not something that might appear … Continue reading

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