Saturday, John and I climbed a mountain to look for Agates
Monday, Labor Day, we were in search of Thunder Eggs and found them. John broke them open. Lesson learned, have them cut open so the beauty really shines!
There is more to share, but it will have to wait. I have been fighting with my phone and computer to be able to posts photos of our adventures, but not happening.
Actually, we are now in Idaho, and will post more when I can remember how I downloaded the last photos. Lesson learned.....write down the steps that I take since I never remember how I stumble upon a solution.
Later, my friends and family...
Woderful finding all those thunder eggs, have funReplyDelete
Collecting a lot of those stones will get you to max load quickly:)ReplyDelete
Oh, no! I love rocks!! I want more info and details on what these look like and how I find them. Please share more photos and details!!ReplyDelete
Well glad to hear you two are safe.ReplyDelete
With computers, it is always something.
Where in ID are you guys? We'll be in Salmon probably Friday. At least that's our schedule for now. Are you going to be anywhere close:?ReplyDelete
Forgot to ask - is everything okay with the fur kids? Your title talks about going to the vet.ReplyDelete
What beauties! After recent trip to a Grotto built with gorgeous stones and a museum of samples, my appetite is hungry to find some of my own someday!ReplyDelete
Those stones are beautiful! What fun to find your own...ReplyDelete
Hope the pups are ok...and just had yearly check-ups!
Hey there, Nan. We haven't had Internet much lately, so was surprised to,see you so close. We skipped Prineville to go north to Fossil, and now are in Baker City. Loved the photos of scat!ReplyDelete