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  1. Albuquerque Fall Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show

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    Abq. Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show, Albq., NM, Oct. 5 - 7, 2018. Open daily 9am-5pm in the Creative Arts Bldg. at Expo NM State Fairgrounds. Enter Gate 3 @ San Pedro & Copper. 300 San Pedro NE, 87108. FREE ADMISSION to the show. 60 dealers, gemstones, mineral specimens, rough, slabs, jewelry, beads, cabochons, fossils, tools, equipment.
  2. Hi Everyone, this is my first post and I like to thank you for your information. I will be traveling to the US in October. I'm going to travel in my car from Los Angeles, las vegas, Flagstaff, Albuquerque, Amarillo, Oklahoma, Memphis, New Orleans, Panama City, Sarasota, and Orlando. I want to take advantage of that to do little fossil huntings across that sites. Obviously, I don't want to do something illegal or wrong while collecting. I was talking with some guy from natural science and tell me which is legal and which not. The original idea is to fossil collect near the road. Do you know where to find good fossils like ammonites, corals, shells, echinoderms, etc near roads? This will be my route. I'm not professional or the next Alan Grant or Charig. I only want one specimen or two from every place if possible. Thanks to everyone, sorry for my English. If you tell me where to stop near the road or taking a detour for a mile will be alright. I have already some point marked but you're the bosses, boys and Girls!!!
  3. Hunting near Albuquerque, NM?

    Hello all! Have to go to Albuquerque, NM next month. Will be driving back with a U-Haul. I want to fill as much of this truck with fossils as humanly possible to make this foolishly long drive worth the effort. Does anyone know any spots in the very-near vicinity of Albuquerque where I can collect? I'm not going to be picky about what I collect, I just want to make the most of the fact that I have to be there! Thanks in advance!
  4. Anyone up for fossil hunting?

    This state forum isn’t too active, but thought I’d try my luck. Anyone want to do a trip or 2 this summer? I am completely new but I can listen well, follow directions, and I’m not afraid to work. Let me know and we can set something up!
  5. New Mexico

    Will be in NM in march, any suggestions for hunting the Socorro area?
  6. A forever home for fossils By Jessica Dyer. Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, N.M., December 28, 2017 https://www.abqjournal.com/1112193/unm-plan-could-create-forever-home-for-some-fossils.html Yours, Paul H.
  7. Hi everyone! A colleague of mine is headed to Albuquerque sometime near the end of June for IB training (she's a teacher like me), and she has decided to stay on for the weekend after her training session is over in order to do a little hiking with her husband (who will be heading down to meet her for the weekend). She loves rocks and fossils, so she was hoping to do a little collecting while she's there. Are there any easily-accessible sites that she would be able to collect from? Thanks! Monica
  8. Los Lunas Rock Hounding Friends

    hey everyone, not a whole lot of places in Los lunas to hunt fossils if any but if anyone wants to go rock hounding in general I know of a few places in the area where anyone can find petrified wood, agates (all colors), jasper, obsidian, and lots of other just cool rocks. I have even came across some agatized coral before in the area so the fossils though few and far between are here. I do not discriminate when it comes to rock hounding/fossil collecting if it has to do with rocks I'm in for collecting!! anyway if anyone wants to head out let me know. I am family friendly and welcome bringing the kids along most likely mine will be there too.
  9. Another Rock And Fossil Show

    Last year I got to meet Mike (FF Member PFOOLEY) at the October show in Albuquerque. Old Dead Things will again be set up at this show October 3-5 at the fair grounds. Hopefully this year we will get to see Mike again and meet a few more forum members. Jim Old Dead Things
  10. I mad another trip to the collection area closest to home that I love the most. This area is full of nice petrified wood specimens siting on top of the ground. Most of the samples are about 10 to 50 cm in length and 6 to 10 cm in width. The dominant color is tan but there is ample black, red and yellow too. These samples occur on top of the erosion hills that the nearby huge arroya that runs north and south far down in the valley. The area is also littered with quartz, jasper, agate, apache tears and many other minerals. The area is open range and not posted. Much of the land is for sale so it must be privately held but permission to collect does not seem to be necessary or required. It might take some research to find out who does own it. Entry to the area is made by turning south off of highway 6 about 5 or 6 miles west of Los Lunas, NM. This is a sandy road by passenger cars seem to be able to handle it without getting stuck. I would not wander off the road without 4WD. The road is located at the SW Livestock Auction on Dalles Road. Stay on Dalles Rd until you cross the busy railroad tracks then turn west (right) on any number of dirt or gravel roads that lead to the erosion gullies where the fossilized wood and colorful rocks are too numerous to count. These eroision gullies continue for 40 or 50 miles all the way down to where US60 intersects I 25. It would take a lifetime to collect it all. I will post images of some representative samples of the fossils I take from these beds starting with the petrified wood. The geology at the surface is primarily Piedmont (Holocene to upper Pleistocene interspersed with windblown sand and gypsum dunes of the same era. The ground is very easy to dig in and so far no snakes have been seen and only a few cactus so it would be a great place to take kids. I expect I will find mammalian fossils in this area. It is great place to share since there is absolutely no possibility of ever being collected out. Larry Robinson on Silver Hill.
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