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Anywhere to buy crystal in Fort Collins

Posted by Cheng Tan  
Anywhere to buy crystal in Fort Collins
June 16, 2011 06:42AM
Hi,

I am planning a trip to Fort Collins (USA).
Anyone has any recommendation of places where I can buy some crystal or mineral?

Cheng
Re: Anywhere to buy crystal in Fort Collins
February 04, 2012 04:23PM
I'm not sure if you're still looking for advice here... but I wanted to answer anyway. I'm not all that familiar with Fort Collins itself, I live about an hour away, but if you're not above a bit of a drive go to Estes Park, Colorado. There are at least three shops up there that I frequent every time I pass through. One was named 'The Ore Cart', the other was simply 'The Rock Shop', and I forget the name of the third.. but it's hard to miss. It's right on main street and has huge castings of a triceratops skull and T-rex skull in the front windows. My personal favorite is The Ore Cart. :)
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