[meteorite-list] Road Trip

From: Moni Waiblinger <moni2555_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2007 09:03:55 -0800
Message-ID: <BAY138-F322C7F73A986C081632B3FCD870_at_phx.gbl>

Hi Adam and All,

this brings me now to the question,
because I haven't heard anything else about the found meteorites.
What happened to them and did you get provisional numbers for your finds.
How many did you find?
Are they being classified and who did it?
Guess now I am being nosey, but being from California and hunting here, I am
very interested.
I like to keep tracks of California meteorites and I know I am not the only

Thanks for replying,

>From: Adam Hupe <raremeteorites at yahoo.com>
>To: meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com
>Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Road Trip
>Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 08:22:28 -0800 (PST)
>Hi List,
>Several have asked where this road trip is supposed to
>take place. I do not consider it being nosey since I
>am the one who mentioned it. I will be headed to the
>Mojave on the 21st. I will mainly be looking for
>property but will squeeze in three or four days of
>meteorite hunting if anybody is interested in joining
>We have done several trips to the Mojave in the past
>and on every trip, meteorites were found. This is a
>mini-trip to wet my appetite for the treasure hunting
>aspect of this hobby. I will be flying in instead of
>taking the Mobile Meteorite Command Center (MMCC)
>which still needs some adjustments before it is road
>ready. I am down to minor things like lengthening the
>safety chains, dialing in the electronic brakes and
>matching gas lines for external things like a gas fire
>pit and three burner cast-iron expedition stove. My
>goal is to have it road-ready sometime in April for a
>full-on hunting trip.
>On anther note, has anybody heard from Mark Jackson
>(Action Jackson)? He usually joins up with us on these
>trips and I have not heard from him for sometime. Did
>he make it to Tucson this year?
>So far, five people have committed to joining up
>including a scientist from NAU so if you are
>interested, stay tuned for details which I will
>provide in about a week.
>Best Regards,

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