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Ariel'swall very personal collection

Registered member since 21st Dec 2007

Ariel S Wall has uploaded:
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Here are some specemines I've collected from Oregon. You wont find these in my ebay "arielswall" store until i'm dead! There are others there though worthy of your collection. :)

My collection is centered on carnelian. It is absolutely amazing experience to pull some of these pieces out of the ground. As an adult it is the closet thing to xmass morning when i was a kid to be able to dig out a backpack full of deep red agates during a day. I hope you are able to get that opportunity yourself. What a joy!

There once was a man from Nantuckett. Who's rocks were so dirty he would suck it. He'd even pour beer to see if it was an agate so clear. If it wasn't that good he would chuck it.


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