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Posted in response to Texas Rocks from Diane Sutton on March 12, 2008 at 16:19:15:

Re: Texas Rocks

Hi Diane,

Are you looking for a book on collecting sites in Texas? If so here is a popular one:

If you are new to rockhounding and really want to learn about field collecting in Texas, joining a local gem and mineral club is the best thing you can do. Here is a list of clubs in Texas:

If you could be a little more specific about the Texas localities of interest to you perhaps another Rock Net user can provide additional help.

Good luck in Texas and keep on rock'n!

From Bob Keller - March 12, 2008 at 16:41:32

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