It’s 2021, time to up our rockhounding game!

Howdy, rockhounds! After a havoc filled 2020, it’s wonderful to be back on our own website, and making up for time lost. Just a few details about the year we’ve just finished, and its effect on me, personally. I began 2020 with a full calendar of field trips and rock shows planned, which would follow a first quarter dedicated to health concerns. Following a January filled with tests both invasive and passive, February began with a surgical procedure that would help me walk more easily, which was supposed to be followed by 6-8 weeks of recuperating and rehabilitation. The surgery went well, as did the first few weeks of recuperating, but we all know how things went down hill from February. The well intended precautions against the COVID-19 virus ended all of my best laid business and rockhounding plans. Instead of getting back into the swing of a busy and profitable year, the show year ended before it could begin. I’d opted to skip the Quartzsite shows for my health, so 2020 turned out to be a complete zero as far as monetary profits were concerned. February marked the beginning of the toughest, loneliest year of my life. When the quarantine period began, my darling Laura was spending most of her time taking care of her parents. Stay tuned for more tomorrow! Kris
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