A Conversation for Rocks, Stones and Pebbles

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Post 1

Technoyokel (muse of poetry)

This should be linked to my dry stone walls entry!

As a waller there is a different way of classifying rocks - small, medium, big and too big. Flat and lumpy and most importantly - horrible or nice! If your feeling particularly technical you can describe the colour or the ease with which they break to the 'right' shape when you hit themsmiley - smiley The purple ones with the orange spots are the weirdestsmiley - bigeyes

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Post 2

Fragilis - h2g2 Cured My Tabular Obsession

It would be nice to also include the Blarney Stone.

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Post 3


And the Stone of Destiny.

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Post 4

Mike A (snowblind)

What's that?

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Post 5


. . . . and the philosphers stone, and the stone of farewell, and Brighton rock! (And those teethy shaped rocks off the coast of the Isle Of Wight, I can't remember what they are called)

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