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Posted in response to Question for Bob! from Sharlene on July 11, 2010 at 12:46:09:

Re: Question for Bob!

Hi Sharlene,

All my rockhounding in Utah has been with a camera. The Monument Valley, Canyonlands and Arches vacinities are among my favorite places there, although there is so much in Utah I have yet to see and appreciate first hand.

While I've still got an eye out for potential lapidary material, I've already acquired more mineral and petrologic specimens than I will ever have room to display. Anymore I am increasingly interested in visiting, photographing and researching interesting geology than collecting rocks.

When I do go exploring for potentially collectible rocks, nowadays it is more times than not off somewhere in Mesozoic Era strata...

Keep on Rock'n!

From Bob Keller - July 11, 2010 at 18:52:18

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I am pleased to offer some of my finest mineral specimens. Some of them were released, many years ago, from major museums and significant private collections.

Bob Keller