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Our First Rockhounding Adventure – Twin Creek Crystal Mine in Mount Ida, Arkansas

In the summer of 2015, we stayed in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  It’s unique and funky and gorgeous, and we adored it.  We saw enough purple, blue and maroon hair to make Japanese pop stars jealous.  Every inch of the town … Continue reading

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Rockhounds

Rockhound is the friendly term used to describe a geological packrat (a person who collects rocks).  That’s my crew.  We can’t resist picking up driftwood, shells, and twisty intricate sticks wherever we find them.  But above all, we love to … Continue reading

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