I will be leaving for a rock hunting trip on Tuesday with the end being at a huge pile of rock in Battle Mountain, Nevada. We plan to highgrade a pile that is probably 5 to 10 tons of stone and bring back at least 3,000 pounds and I get 1/3 of what we bring back. I pay for the gas and I am the high speed rock turner. Although I will be 60 in October I still remain freakishly strong - so I am the near "free" laborer. So, don't freak out if you do not hear from me for a week. Here are photos of a couple of new stones in my inventory. I have enough for 6 to 12 Buck 110's of each. Blue Mountain Jasper and Cripple Creek picture stone and I think you will be able to pick which is which. Both are from a Estate sale and the Blue Mountian is the best I have ever seen of this stone. It does have some small pits in it but that is why it has the crazy colors as minerals and silica feed through the old fracture lines and holes.