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Posted in response to Re: AR and OK sites from Denise on June 22, 2007 at 19:15:13:

Re: Re: AR and OK sites

Hi Doris. Check with the information center at Midwest City, Oklahoma. They did have a map of Lake Stanley Drapper where you can pick up Rose Rocks. Most may be small. You can only pick up 6 per person per day.
Just West of Lawton is the town of Cache, OK. Right on the West side of the town of Cache is a paved road going South. About 4 and 1/2 miles South you come to a creek. Check the bar ditches on both sides for a Gray looking rock that has calcite inside that will Fluorescent. They are called Mud Balls. The Lawton Gem and Mineral club disbanded few years back. One rockhound Mr Jim Williams still lives there.
He may be able to help you with hunting places.
George.

From George Finley - June 23, 2007 at 03:50:42
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