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Mindat presentation in Hawaii

Last Updated: 29th Dec 2015

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

This is a LIVE report, keep this page loaded for live updates - new images will appear as they are added.

I've been invited to give a presentation to the Rock and Mineral Society of Hawaii. This is a live report and I'll add some more photos through the evening to test this new live report system.

Bryan Swoboda taking a photo

And we can use video too

Demonstrating mindat

The audience!

Who says there are no minerals in Hawaii!



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My only comment on the last photo is.... Cowabunga, dude!!

Paul Brandes
30th Dec 2015 12:37pm

John Montgomery
4th Jan 2016 12:00am
In spite of their minerals, the Hawaiians would be happy to have on a chance to upload their rocks other than under "Others"

Dan Costian
4th Jan 2016 1:45am

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