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I found some nice pieces in the draws just off the main road, check some of the camp sites also we found a variety left behind from peeps that had to much to haul out
Derek - One thing my wife and I did was just as we were leavin, I took a 5 gal. bucket and just shoveled in a full load from the spoils piles. I'm glad I did. Turns out it is makin great tumbler material. Be careful. Don't get stuck. It's finally rainin hard here in Grants Pass and it's coming your way.
The weather is clearing up here fast. When you get to Prineville get to the BLM office and get one of their rockhound maps - then ask them which areas are easiest to get into and out of if it rains. They can get ya started. They might also tell ya which areas are just dangerous to mess with rain.
I just registered to say the obsidian pile at Elkins rockshop in Prineville (rapidly going away) is free for the pickings. No digging! Got mahogony, rainbow, silver sheen, and purple.
Quote from: jonemac on October 16, 2012, 10:00:47 PM I just registered to say the obsidian pile at Elkins rockshop in Prineville (rapidly going away) is free for the pickings. No digging! Got mahogony, rainbow, silver sheen, and purple. stay around we're always looking for new people to mess with