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Contact Kurt Painter (silent hunter)

Postby silent hunter » Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:07 am

Edd if you are coming to Mesa get ahold of me first> I have some ore I would like you to polish for me....I will give you the tour of the MD facility and maybe even a heli ride.......

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Postby roc2rol » Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:44 pm

well I can't turn a deal down like that Kurt!
but times are tough
so we might have to do things by mail
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Postby silent hunter » Fri Apr 06, 2012 1:49 pm

Edd I am easy I can bring it to you if that would work...Or I can send it...Ask Paul for me e-mail lets talk.....I will share half the rock with you...

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Postby roc2rol » Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:34 pm

I'll meet ya anytime
The Junction or Phoenix
any time you want to do breakfat
I live across the street from Bill Johnson Big Apple
just a stone throw from Pueblo Grande

I'll get my address off to ya
just in case you want to throw rocks at me Ha Ha
but I really want to see what ya been collecting...

wil2521@yahoo.com

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Postby silent hunter » Sat Apr 07, 2012 3:44 pm

Edd I found a strange outcrop I have never seen before in the superstitions...It has round balls all throughout. The balls are round some perfect,there are veins running through them that surface. I will post a photo of a couple Monday. They are a couple differant colors including Red,White,Pink,Black and Gray,plus a couple other colors..Do you have any clue as to what they may be...I also found some horned coral,very nice specimens....

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Postby roc2rol » Sat Apr 07, 2012 9:02 pm

I think I know what your refferreing to Kurt
Molikai marbles or something like that
I had friend show me some he collected in Utah
I have some literture on them
have to try and find that

never heard of them in Supes
cool find!

yeah lets stay in touch
or I'll send you a rock heart
I owe one to for your Mom
Mother day coming up quick...

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Postby coazon de oro » Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:11 pm

Ed,

You may be thinking of Moqui marbles which are sandstone, iron concretion. I have those here at my ranch in Texas.

Kurt says the ones he found have veins running through them.

It doesn't surprise me, since a lot of LDM hunters have lost their marbles there. :lol:
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Postby silent hunter » Sun Apr 08, 2012 10:22 am

Homar Hahhahahahah.......Yes I agree thanks for solving that...All Duch hunters I have found your marbles

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Postby roc2rol » Sun Apr 08, 2012 10:37 am

Thanks Homar !
that exactly what I was refering to.
Those stones are very cool

The ones I saw from Utah were silica based
and all different colors.
I suppose they too eroded from pockets in the limestone

Ever find any petrified palm wood on the ranch?
Ever been to Richardson Ranch?

Lost marbles in the Supes :lol:

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Re: Contact Kurt Painter (silent hunter)

Postby coazon de oro » Mon Apr 09, 2012 6:29 pm

roc2rol wrote:Thanks Homar !
that exactly what I was refering to.
Those stones are very cool

The ones I saw from Utah were silica based
and all different colors.
I suppose they too eroded from pockets in the limestone

Ever find any petrified palm wood on the ranch?
Ever been to Richardson Ranch?

Lost marbles in the Supes :lol:


Ed,

I've never been to any Richardson ranch, and I have never found any petrified palm wood on my place. I have found an arrowhead made of petrified palm wood, but I don't know if I still have that one.

My father did find quiet a bit of petrified wood on some ranch. They were moving dirt to make drilling rig locations. He gathered enough to make the interior part of a chimney, some stones were pretty large. There are some that look like palm wood, but what do I know?

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