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Rockhound Jen

by Jennifer Wolford
(Marietta, Georgia U.S.)

This rock I found in an area near Senoia, GA. The rock was bigger than it is now but I broke some of it off to separate some of the black stones from the lighter colored ones to help identify them. But I haven't been successful in that yet.

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Jan 04, 2020
Gorgia Rocks
by: Douglas

I don't know what this is. Maybe one of our readers can provide some information.

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