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    A couple picts of it cleaned up, sorry it took me so long I've been a little busy.
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    Awwwws Man! What ya have to go do that For ? Sniff, Snert, Snert. Some of that river stuff was a bit too low for my comfort zone.
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    I witnessed a Murder today. Brute Bone Rattling Murder. !!! Mama Quail was pecking away the cracked corn. 10-12 baby Quail scratching away. Out of the Bush comes the Dragon (Road Runner) ! Baby Quail ALL oVEr the PlaCe . But the Dragon , errrr Road Runner was Well you know Road Runner Like Snatched up a Baby. With three hardy Smacks on the Ground to tenderize the already tender one swallow and Gone. LAST week there was another cubey like that . It didn't last a week and all the babies were Dragon Munchies. So....... Yep, Dar Be Dragons in Dis Land. Mark da Map!
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    BEEPBEEP is nothing but a miny Raptor with wings.
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    Ha thanks everyone for the info. We went to the rim last weekend the family (wife) ? decided it would be to hot in box canyon and wanted higher elevation. East clear Creek was perfect! Not too many people and not hot. We will go back again.
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    system32, if you look at the pictures of that meteorite you'll notice the smooth black fusion crust on the outside, your rock has a rough, jagged exterior that does not resemble a meteorite to me. Of course it could be a factor of me just looking at a few pictures rather than rock in hand, and if it were from the 1931 Pontlyfni meteorite (https://www.lpi.usra.edu/meteor/metbull.php?code=18865) and sat in the ground there all this time exposed to all that moisture it certainly could end up looking rusty red like that. I'm glad to hear you have contacted some knowledgeable folk in your neck of the woods, hopefully they can look at it in person and give you an answer. There is a lot of information available about the Pontlyfni fall, for example: https://www.mindat.org/loc-258264.html http://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/1996M%26PSA..31...68K http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0012821X77900231
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    "Well", you don't have to worry about registering for the draft, because no one wants ya,....."And" remember when you where (much younger) and you had to beat the young women-off with a stick due to their lusting after you, ....well, you shouldn't have to worry about that exercise any more now. The only thing(s) these days that I have to thrash and swat are the biting fly's that want to eat me alive when I'm out detecting during these hot summer days. "And" remember how hard it was to drag yourself out of bed to get ready to go to work in the mornings when you where younger??? Well, that's not a worry these days, because (if your like me) you are most likely up about 3-4 times a night having to go pee, ..or because you just can't sleep due to your mind not wanting to stop thinking about "anything and everything" that "it" has determined needs to be addressed NOW. And of course NOW the afternoon nap is in, ...where it was unheard of when we where younger. Well, that's enough said for now, I'm getting depressed.
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    Homey, this guy has passed on, but someone keeps his blog up. There are numerous entries worth a read. Ol' Bob was a sharp fellow and thankfully wrote some of his stuff down. http://bobhooversblog.blogspot.com/2006/11/av-how-to-make-ribs-out-of-old-orange.html?m=1 http://bobhooversblog.blogspot.com/2006/11/flying-on-cheap-wood.html?m=0 Might take some time, but anybody can do it. You too.
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    If I can do it, so can anybody else. Go for it! Don't watch this one Luke.... No crazy flying, but Les got over 10,000' msl. Heck of a view from up there.
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    ACTUALLY RON, I think the best part is being able to remember the people thru the years that made life great the memories of them and times gone by. Being able to have shared the time with them.
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    Yeah.... so now I've got to build myself one too. For the most part, I've been 'okay' with not flying for the last 15 years. Then I see this... Luke
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    Farce Crook strikes yet again.bummer-John
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    LOL ! True BS Story. I know a guy who use to feed this road runner on his back porch hamburger balls. Over time the thing got braver and braver. Closer , Closer. Snerrrk ! He figured he would let the thing take the burger from his hand. It Popped a Hole in his hand about a inch and a half Deep ! We Called him WILEY E. COYOTE Super Genus for a while.
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    I don't know how to see what you're seeing since I have succumbed to the FACEBOOK syndrome, OOOOHHH the horror of it all!!
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    Okay i have just found a Meteorite that i did not know about that was seen falling and heard, landed 50 Yards near a farmhouse about 10 miles from were i found it there is also a map of the path the meteorite took in 1931, The meteorite is classified as a Winonaite S3 There is a 360 zoom-able image here with microscope here http://www.virtualmicroscope.org/content/pontllyfni some other links about this meteorite http://www.meteoritehistory.info/UKIRELAND/WALES.HTM https://www.mindat.org/loc-258264.html http://www.jonesbryn.plus.com/wastronhist/meteorites.html
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    Here's a cool clip of ol' putt putt laying it down...low and slow. Crank the volume and set it to full screen. Enjoy
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    Just catching up on the forums an came to this, wanted to send you best wishes for improved lifestyle for you, hang in there my friend. There ain't NOTHIN I've found so far about getn old that I like. An I mean NOTHIN !
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    It does not look like a meteorite to me. weaver, chondrules are not made of iron-nickel.
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    Nice, a silver 3-4-1..! Swamp
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