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by James R. Mitchell

ePub Gem Trails of Colorado download
Author:
James R. Mitchell
ISBN13:
978-0935182576
ISBN:
0935182578
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Publisher:
Gembooks; 1st edition (September 1992)
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ePub file:
1359 kb
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1128 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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767

Gem Trails of Colorado book.

Gem Trails of Colorado book.

Includes clear maps and directions, detailed descriptive text, site photos, full-color specimen photo insert, lists of rock and mineral clubs, mineral museums and mine tours, a mineral locator index and glossary.

Home Store Books Rocks and Minerals Gemstones Gem Trails of Colorado. This book is a 6" x 9" paperback with 224 pages. Gem Trails of Colorado Table of Contents. Gem Trails of Colorado. by James R. Mitchell. Visit the places where experienced rock and mineral collectors have found success! Detailed descriptions, photos and maps guide you to some of the best gem collecting sites in the state.

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Gem Trails of Colorado. Availability: In stock. Color photographs aid in specimen identification. Information about local museums, and tours make this an ideal travel and collecting guide for rockhounds. 224 pgs. More Information.

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  • This book has a bunch of places that are either closed or on private property. I thought there would be many more places with interesting finds, but it seems like its just a bunch of mica at places you need 4x4 to get to.

  • My dad lived in Colorado in 1969, and did a lot of rock hounding for my grandfather. This book helped us find places to go looking for rocks after we moved to CO and my parents came to visit. I'm looking forward to more trips using this book as our guide.

  • This is not a bad book for someone looking for various minerals in Colorado. It is the 2007 edition, so most locations are up to date. I found maps being well-made and easy to understand. Pictures of the outcrops definitely help! On the minus side, I found descriptions of localities nearly useless in terms of geology and what exactly is expected to be found.

  • this is a great book for beginners , however, as with all these books , the maps are not very good and even the writer could not give directions on some spots - but it is a nice reference to rocks that can be found in an area. Book is outdated - all of them are so don't expect to find the mother lode

  • Kind of disappointed in this book. The info contained is nothing more that what one can find on the internet or at local visitor centers.

  • Great gift for a rock hound. My dad loves it

  • Trails don't pan out, 0/5 with any kind of mineral as shown

  • Good book to get you started in the right direction, I would recommend this book to those new to rock hounding,or new to the state.