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Old 11-17-2019, 01:26 PM   #111
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andrew: 3. I attached the jumbo paper clip to the smaller one
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>> I got my camera to work by buying Panasonic batteries of the right type.

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I think the beads are fab looking and the Equalize then Levels did a good job. I don't think I've ever used Equalize...




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LOL! Congrats on the ingenious solution, on getting the camera working and on beating me to it ... I was going to razz you about not taking pictures of the Battle of the Century with Clasp but you'd already been there, done that. ;-)

   
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And that was the final one. The companion for the Picasso/Red Creek bracelet being shown next to it in the photo.

Now, I know you are going to say "sure, sure sure" to playfully mock my claim that I'm done,, but you will see this time it is true -- right after I get the one that I ordered a few days ago. <hehe>

But after I get that one, and if it measures up, all that will be left is to find a companion for it. Then I'm done. Or maybe it can serve as a companion for one I already have.

   
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LOL! Congrats on the ingenious solution, on getting the camera working and on beating me to it ... I was going to razz you about not taking pictures of the Battle of the Century with Clasp but you'd already been there, done that. ;-)
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In our last episode, Andrew discovered that Red Creek Jasper is another name for Picasso Jasper. But now he finds out that is only sort of true.

Red Creek Jasper is from mainland China. It is named for a creek that flows through the area where it was found. It is also called Cherry Creek jasper but what the heck, maybe there is a cherry creek there too, but I doubt it. And it is also called Chinese Picasso Jasper, because its color patterns are like Picasso Jasper. So maybe it qualifies as Picasso Jasper too? It was first discovered in 2010.

Now, here's another wrinkle Some question whether it is really jasper. This might be because I've read articles from before this was figure out. I don't know.

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Interesting...nice to know that there are still things remaining to be discovered...'-}}





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