Thank you. On Sunday, May 31, 2015 3:34 PM, "Sbogosian@... [centralcoastrockhounds]" wrote: Assuming theboilingpoint101
Assuming the boulder is in the tidal zone: Illegal methods (best done at night, during low tide): 1. dig it up, then use a come-along or other device to ropesbogosian06
Hi, I would like to know a method to extract a small jade boulder on the beach surrounded by a cliff. Thank You. Hi, I would like to know a method toboilingpoint101
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