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Jim W

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Got some rock hound questions for ya

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Hi Jim, Whatcha got? I've been hittin the rocks a little myself here lately. Picked up a few keepers this last week.

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Agates, never know where they'll turn up. (sounds like a bumper sticker)

Curious about what you would recommend for a tumbler, directing me to a site or something that I could order from? Can always e-mail me if need be.

Hope your well?

Jim

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Dark,

Heard anything??????????????????? Just got back from up North and read a sad e-mail....

Jim

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Jim I have two different size tumblers, you are more than welcome to use.

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"Sometimes, there just aren't enough rocks"

--- Forrest Gump ---

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