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Rockhound Finds Massive Moss Agate and Quartz Nodule (Plus a Game-Changing Tip!)

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Are you ready for an adventure? Join The Rogue Rockhound and friend RockHound Quest as they embark on an epic rock-collecting journey through the rugged wilderness of Southern Oregon. This isn’t your typical rockhounding trip, as you’ll discover the challenges of collecting in a region known for its cold, wet, and muddy terrain. But don’t let that discourage you, because the scenery and the specimens you’ll see collected are well worth the effort.

The Rogue Rockhound and Prospector channel is a great watch for those who are passionate about collecting rocks and minerals, especially those from the Pacific Northwest. And this video is no exception. It gives you a glimpse into what it’s like to be a rockhound in this part of the country and what it takes to navigate the challenges in the area. From the endless chalcedony specimens to the 35-pound crystal nodule that he finds on this trip, you’ll be on the edge of your seat.

Cutting open the nodule (credit: The Rogue Rockhound/Youtube)

But the real excitement starts when he begins to clean and slice open the crystal nodule. Who knows what treasures lie inside? It’s all part of the thrill of rockhounding. But one thing’s for sure, by the end of the video, you’ll be wanting to know the location of this secret spot and planning your own rockhounding trip. Unfortunately, that’s something The Rogue Rockhound will keep a secret, and you’ll understand why after watching the video. Don’t miss out on this thrilling journey into the world of rockhounding!

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What’s Inside The 35 Pound Crystal Nodule?

Pro Rockhounding Tip From The Rogue Rockhound

The Rogue Rockhound shares an excellent tip on how to keep the inside of your backpack clean while out collecting. He suggests using an empty chicken feed bag to store all of your dirty rocks and minerals in and then placing the feed bag inside your backpack. This way, you can keep your backpack and everything inside it, clean and organized! Not only is it practical but also an innovative way to keep things tidy. This tip is a game-changer for me. I’m still emptying out dirt from who-knows-when out of my backpack.

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