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Tuesday Daily Feed, April 25, 2017

April 25, 2017
The Rockhound Connection
 
and numerous quotes and images from my Facebook friends.
These are the images and quotes that appeal to my sensibilities or the lack thereof.
Thanks,

Enjoy!  R
 
 
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The Don Pedro Aquamarine.  I always droll when I watch this one.  R

https://www.facebook.com/GeologyWonders/videos/650113785172937/?pnref=story

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So, that is what happened to Eila’s and Gretchen’s rare Brookwood Agates. R
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My sister is a contractor in Florida specializing in custom homes. I’m sharing this because I want to share the floor in the Masterbath of a home she just completed. The home is stunning, and I love all of it…BUT.. the shower is absolutely the best!! lol… it made me all fuzzy just seeing it! Enjoy!
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Yes. Next Sunday is Emerald Day for my Weekly Geology Guest. R
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Cactus Flowers Video

https://www.facebook.com/FlowersGalleryPage/videos/266611603751378/?pnref=story

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Yes! One of those is about the right size. R
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A 5.5kg gold nugget | #Geology #GeologyPage #Mineral
A 5.5kg gold nugget was found 60cm underground in bush near Ballarat.
Photo Copyright © Cordell Kent
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It’s pretty big Gold.Found in Australia 30 years ago by a man with a metal detector!
Photo by heroicnich on Flickr
 
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Decions? Decisions? Now which one do I want? R
Incredible California Leaf Gold Specimens….the Best of the Best !
Photo: Au Wanderer
 
 
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“Siderite is a mineral composed of iron(II) carbonate (FeCO3). Siderite has Mohs hardness of 3.75-4.25, a specific gravity of 3.96, a white streak and a vitreous lustre or pearly luster.”  Wikipedia

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