[meteorite-list] the denver show
From: mmorgan at mhmeteorites.com <mmorgan_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 00:14:13 +0000
I had the same impression as Mike (hey we agreed for once :). Nothing you couldn't buy on the net someplace. I felt the same after Tucson 2008, although it is magnified in Denver because of the small size of the show.
Meteorites are much, much less plentiful than even two years ago. Specimens that seem expensive now, will look like bargains in 5 years.
Nonetheless, Denver is always a good place catch up with friends and I like the short duration.
Mile High Meteorites
P.O. Box 151293
Lakewood, CO 80215 USA
From: Michael Farmer <meteoriteguy at yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 17:03:29
To: <meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>; <Impactika at aol.com>
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] the denver show
Anne, there was nothing there that can not be found on Ebay every day. And Dima's LDG, I brought it to him from my garage, so yes, I was aware of it for the last 3 months.
Denver is nice, but if you wanted new meteorites, large pieces, good deals on anything other than micros, it was not there.
I spent more on hotels and food than meteorites, what does that say? I seriously doubt that I will attend the show next year.
--- On Mon, 9/15/08, Impactika at aol.com <Impactika at aol.com> wrote:
> From: Impactika at aol.com <Impactika at aol.com>
> Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] the denver show
> To: meteoriteguy at yahoo.com, meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com
> Date: Monday, September 15, 2008, 4:26 PM
> In a message dated 9/14/2008 6:19:27 PM Mountain Daylight
> meteoriteguy at yahoo.com writes:
> Just returned from Denver, nothing new there, nothing new
> to buy, prices very
> high! Ali Hmani had the new desert irons, but from $2.00 to
> $3.00 gram for
> large pieces, no thanks.
> Any more questions?
> Michael Farmer
> I am very sorry, Micheal, you couldn't find anything to
> pick your interest in
> As Doug explained (thank you Doug), there were things to be
> found. I had very
> little time to search but I did find a few interesting
> pieces, like a Gibeon
> slice you could play horse-shoe with, and a 80 grams
> crystal of Gibeon. And I
> stocked up on cute little slices of Imilac, and got a
> beautiful large slice of
> Seymchan from Blaine.
> And did you go to Dima's room? He had boxes and boxes
> of Libyan Glass. The
> first day I simply up-ended one box and searched, and
> picked out some very
> pretty pieces, and the translucent 2 kilos mass sitting
> The next day he pulled out the Green Monster from under the
> bed: 6.4 kilos,
> mostly green with light streaks. Could it be the main mass
> of Libyan Glass?
> Don't bother emailing Dima, he doesn't have it
> See you all in Tucson, it is only four and a half months
> Anne M. Black
> IMPACTIKA at aol.com
> Vice-President, I.M.C.A. Inc.
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