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Posted in response to Creeking at Hiddenite from jack on June 16, 2010 at 08:09:56:

Re: Creeking at Hiddenite

The landlord dropped a piece of coal out at one of the amethyst mines. A week later, Dynamite Bill found it, and was carrying it around, scratching his head, wondering what it was. "It's so light." There's a rockhound spot beside the highway, where he leaves all his rock trash leftovers from the slab saw. Sure enough, it's all gone by the time he goes out to dump another load a month or two later.

From Raymond Hietapakka - June 17, 2010 at 08:21:47
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