[meteorite-list] West Meteorites Second Offering AD

From: MeteorHntr at aol.com <MeteorHntr_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 19:29:59 EDT
Message-ID: <d3d.3c230cea.36ec4677_at_aol.com>

Hey Guys,

Since my first offering of West Meteorites specimens (that sold out in less
than 24 hours) I have found a few more. And as such I am ready to sell a few

If you are interested in seeing what I have to sell, email me for a list of
what I have to offer, off list.

A special thanks goes out to my customers of the first batch. I hope you
are enjoying your new specimens? Your support has helped keep me in the field
hunting a little longer, rescuing more of these new visitors to our wet
planet. A new total of my finds will be forthcoming, adding to the overall totals.

The terrestrialization process has started, and is being accelerated by the
current rains.

Corn is now planted. Milo is high. And since the grass is growing as I
type, finding these little guys will only get harder for the people choosing to
challenge the tics, poison ivy and rattlesnakes on their own turf. I am
afraid any specimens in their impact pits, in the softer dirt areas, will now be
covered in mud soup, only to be found if someone wants to use a metal
detector to locate them as they are now buried and covered up.

Most landowners are no longer allowing hunters anymore.

The easy to hunt areas have been covered and recovered, probably to be
covered again, but with diminishing results each time.

If finding them was hard before, it gets exponentially harder, every day
that passes. Hunting is still fun, but it seems to be more of a grind each day.

What is the weather like in Denmark this time of year anyway? Do they have

Steve Arnold

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Received on Fri 13 Mar 2009 07:29:59 PM PDT

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