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Posted in response to great-grandson from carolyn on July 31, 2012 at 11:46:45:

Re: great-grandson

Carolyn, Tried to email you but would not go through. I do not know where you or he lives but I would go to the club list that Bob has at this web site and to the state and see if there are any rock clubs in the area. Most will have a junior program. That is where we get Pebble I would go to the book store and look in the earth science area and see what they may have in books for his age. I am glad that he has such an interest in rocks. They can be quite fun and educational. As far as the rock that stays cold, the only thing that I can think of would be a metallic rock of some kind. Thay are usually cold to the touch. I hope that this will be of some help. Rock Pox is very
Rick L
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From Rick the rockdoctor - August 13, 2012 at 23:31:59

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