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Denman

Registered member since 23rd Mar 2008

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Hello all,

I have lived in Yucca Calley California for 35 years and became a rockhound about 20 years ago. I've been searching the mojave desert for agate, geodes, and any other minerals that I may see. My newest finds are very exciting to me. My brother-in-law have been exploring in the amboy area and found the pseudomorphed calcite crystals shown on my page. In the same area we have been searching we found geodes, nodules, white scalenohedron crystals, and these new specimens. It is weird but where we go is about a mile and a half hike up a rocky wash to where these things are but it looks like no human has ever been there, no cans, no trash, no footprints, nothing but the hoofprints of bighorn sheep and the ringing of your ears because there is nothing out there. It's just beautiful. I hope to hear from some of you soon.

Thanks,

Dennis Armbruster

 

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