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Indian Wells Gem & Mineral Society - Ridgecrest, Ca.
Roseville Rock Rollers Gem & Mineral Society - www.rockrollers.com
Feel free to send you local Club or Society link. I'll be happy to feature it here - Kris
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Here's the latest word on the rules for accessing the Serpentine ACEC at Clear Creek, beginning on March 15th. Many thanks to Bill Spence of the Bay Area Mineralogists for his time, effort and dedication to this project. I'll have more details on permits for the Rockhound Odyssey tomorrow.…Continue
Hello, I've just spent a month tumbling some Obsidian I collected in SE Nevada and the results are less than pleasing. They looked pretty good after the pre polish stage, but after final polishing…Continue
On the advice of a sensible attorney friend, I've added a liability disclaimer to each Field Trip announcement. This is to cover my a*s.
The disclaimer does not imply any unusual danger.
Fact is, a sensible individual is far more likely to come to harm in their own neighborhood than out in "the wild." I do my best to assure that my own Field Trips maximize comfort and accessibility, and are "family friendly."
I recommend traveling to any "off road" destination with no less than 2 vehicles. Thankfully, I've yet to experience any of the horror stories I've read of danger and deprivation, due to my penchant for over-planning.
The mountains and desert can be dangerous to the unprepared, but on the average, crossing the street in town is far more deadly.
Kris, the Site Admin