Rock Hounding in Northeast Washington
Rex Barrans, the best field trip leader we have ever had, is in the VA hospital in Spokane. If you have a chance, please visit him.
April 25 (Tuesday): Martell’s Rock Shop Gather at Harvest Foods in Kettle Falls, 9 AM. Brian has TONS of great rocks on tables. He will sell them to club members for $1/ lb. He paid much more than that for them. Probably the best rocks for the money of any trip this year.
April 29th: The Spokane club is going to Saddle Mtn. on 4/29 to collect petrified wood. Meet at the Sprague Rest Area at 9 am sharp to join them.
May 6th: Johnie and Ginger Pitman’s house. Meet at Super 1 in Colville, 9:30 AM. Tons of rocks including new ones this year. There will be a Thunder Egg hunt in his field. Finders keepers.
New over-restrictive regulations are threatening the rights of anyone to collect fossils and limiting research which has been mainly driven by discovories by amatures over the past 100 years. Please comment here: https://www.savefossilcollecting.org/
Joseph Frank Lawson, 47, brother of member Becky Fritz, died early Friday morning, December 9th due to a fire in his home. A memorial is posted here.
The club decided to extend the time that we would meet “early” to all meetings from October to March. This gives members from further away more daylight to drive in, at least on the way to the meeting. So starting this Tuesday, October 18th, we will start the meeting at 6 PM until after the rock show in March.
The July PGMC newsletter will be late due to “technical difficulties” like both of my printers went bad at the same time. Hang in there. It’s coming.
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