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Randy Lunn

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Randy Lunn last won the day on January 25 2019

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  1. Kac, Yes you have an interesting stone for your garden. Iron is not uncommon in New England. Bog iron is common in many areas. “Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site is a National Historic Site about 10 miles northeast of Downtown Boston in Saugus, Massachusetts. It is the site of the first integrated ironworks in North America, founded by John Winthrop the Younger and in operation between 1646 and approximately 1670.” J( Wikipedia)
  2. If you breathe on it and it smells "earthy" and "musty" than it is limestone. But it looks volcanic.
  3. Well done Rick. X marks the spot!
  4. Come on Jeff, get out there! Gary is getting ahead of you.
  5. Thanks Lunk, I visited Geoffrey Notkin's booth last fall at the Denver gem and mineral show. He has a nice collection of meteorites, and I got two small ones for my grandkids. I also got them Geffrey's book, How to Find Treasure from Space, The Expert Guide to Meteorite Hunting and Identification. They both now want to go meteorite detecting.
  6. A Nox 800 with a more powerful battery and a faster microprocessor (i.e. deeper penetration, better discrimination, faster detection speed) would work for me
  7. Hi Lanny, I am just catching up on your stories, wonderful entertainment, and I am learning a lot. Thank You, Randy
  8. Spectacular find Lunk! A great reminder to check old areas. I remember you taught me that many of the limonite crystals are old pyrite crystals that have lost their sulphur. I really appreciate how you share your knowledge. Happy Holidays!
  9. Fantastic Lunk. Congratulations. Hard work and discipline pay off.
  10. Can you describe the bottles: Dates, how and when made, contents?
  11. Just the best, Peg. All cylinders firing smoothly. Congrats on a great season.
  12. Mitchel, WTG, well done! Franconia is not an easy location to find meteorites. I remember the Meteorite Men show where they got skunked at Franconia. I hope to get out there at least once this winter.
  13. Thank you Mitchel, This is an amazing article. I had no idea how advanced state of the art prospecting had become or the size of the effort.
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