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COLLECTING ON THE MOON?... no, Arnprior area road cut

Arnprior area, Renfrew Co., Ontario, Canada

John Montgomery's Mindat Home Page

Registered member since 4th Aug 2011

John Montgomery has uploaded:
3493 Mineral Photos
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John has published 1 article on mindat.org
 
Hi,
I'm a field collector from Ottawa, Canada, learning a great deal from mindat.org.
I have been an avid hiker and trekker for many years. Mineral collecting is a more recently acquired interest.I am now trying to make up for lost time, not having been involved with this great hobby in my younger years!
I also enjoy photographing my finds.
I am now focussing my interest on Canadian minerals, international Garnets and world-wide scepter/sceptre Quartz.

Fortunately,I have met some very helpful and experienced collectors who have kindly shared their knowledge with me, advised me, connected me with others in this field, and invited me to collect with them. As a result of this and the educational resources on Mindat, my meagre mineral knowledge has grown somewhat.

I am especially grateful for the help I have received from Mindat members and managers.
Cheers,
John

 

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