Bucket of Rocks

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  1. bee505

    bee505 Supporting Member

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    I have a 5g bucket of rocks. I believe they were used in previous systems. If anyone is interested, pick up is in SSF. Going in the trash if no one wants it.

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  2. Vincerama2

    Vincerama2 Evil Overlord

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    Yikes! Don't toss it! Bring it to a meeting and someone will take it!
     
  3. Flagg37

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    I don't know why @travis furia isn't jumping at this. After all, it is free.
     
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  4. coral4me

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    I'll take it, if not already claimed.
    Where in SSF are you located? If you want you can PM the address.

    Thanks!
     
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  5. bee505

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  6. coral4me

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    Thanks Bennett!
    Bonus: I found a nice 3" frag disk in the bottom of the bucket. Also, thank you very much for the beautiful mummy eye chalice. It was great that we could me up in Mountain View. Hope you and the family enjoyed the computer history museum.

    Cheers,
    ~Matt
     
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  7. Vhuang168

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    Bennet has some very nice chalices! Did you pick up the Oregon mummy eye?


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  8. coral4me

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    If I recall, Bennett thought it was either an Oregon Mummy Eye or possibly a Jason Fox Mummy Eye. The chalice has relatively smooth skin compared to some of my other Mummy Eye Chalices. This one is a vibrant dark green with bubble gum pink eyes.
     
  9. Flagg37

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    Oooh. Where's the pics?
     
  10. coral4me

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    I left the mummy eye in my parent's tank. I'll try to get a picture soon.


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  11. coral4me

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    So what do you think, Oregon Mummy Eye or some sort of Jason Fox Mummy Eye?
     

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  12. bee505

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    it's a oregon mummy eye, not a JF mummy eye.
     
  13. coral4me

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    I like it a lot. Thanks again!


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