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New report - Rogerley 2012!

Posted by Tomasz Praszkier  
Tomasz Praszkier August 05, 2012 08:25AM
We just posted new report from our visit in the Rogerley mine, UK.
Have a fun:,VII-2012---8211--Rogerley--UK.html


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Bill Morgenstern August 05, 2012 01:40PM
Great photo story Tom!! Beautiful finds from hard work.
Timothy Greenland August 05, 2012 02:14PM
Thanks Tomek,

nice story! Oh that mud! It reminds me of old Heights mine in the early 1960s!!!


Jesse Fisher August 10, 2012 08:30AM

If you really miss the stuff, I'll be happy to send you some.

Timothy Greenland August 10, 2012 09:14AM
I appreciate that Jesse, but I think that for family peace, more of that sort of clay mineral is best not added to the collection! I am still finding bits to remove on my 45+ year-old specimens!


Keith A. Peregrine August 13, 2012 01:36AM
What fun! I have been following the logs of the Rogerley Mine for some time, but you have given a great complement to their writings. Love those photos of the in situ Fluorite. Truly there is no better word than 'mucking' when dealing with that mud.

Keep up the wonderful reports!
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