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Posted by Rob Woodside  
Rob Woodside July 17, 2009 01:15PM
Check out Peter's post in thread at:
Rock Currier July 17, 2009 04:28PM
More grist for the mill. I think we still have more than 4,000 mineral to write about and show good pictures of from all their localities. I sometimes wonder why I even tried to start this project. Its like an ant trying to eat and elephant.

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
Rob Woodside July 17, 2009 06:41PM
I thought that thread a good intro to roselite. Actually it's probably a good idea to search the boards after the searching the photos when preping one of these reports.

Take heart Rock. The only mistake you've made is assuming there will be an end to this. I hear elephant meat is quite tasty.
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