I gave away everything I found, so I don't have any specimen pictures to show, but you can check out the other reports for representative material (see above link). But, I did manage to capture a moving picture of another type of "specimen", who, for whatever reason, kept muttering, "What you lookin' at, Willis?
Update: Jim Adams posted the following on the McRocks' message board.
Thanks again Mike and Chrissy for organizing these events.
At 1,883 miles round trip, this adventure turned out being 197 miles shorter than our trip to Nipigon Ontario. I was a little surprised by this fact.
I was wondering what the story was with Bruce, Laurie, and Ethan's shirts. That goes into the 'wish I'd thought of that' category. Great idea guys.
We had a fantastic time despite the southern heat that threatened to melt us Yankees.
Here are a few photos, starting with this scenic overview on hwy 64 near Franklin.
As far as I know, Mike found the best specimens at Corundum Knob, but very generously gave it all away including this piece with pink Corundum.
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