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Jul 17Liked by Adam Rockwell

Jaspers are the opaque cousins of agates. Lovely swirly colors and exceptionally smooth, when polished by the sea. I call them “magic pebbles.”

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Jul 11Liked by Adam Rockwell

Hey there! Good to meet you. I’m a jasper hunter too, here in Ireland. Plus the obligatory cats. And my Gramps’ name was Norman. So I think I’m obliged to join your club.

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Hi Jill!! 😄 I have never been Jasper hunting but now I want to.

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I was just introduced to your work by Nancy Boyd who shared one of your stunning photographs from the Oregon coast. It caught my attention because I have spent much time on the Oregon coast. My family on the side of my father is from Oregon and Washington. My Dad was head of marketing and advertising at The Portland Oregonian back in the 40’s. I know that’s cold! Lol! I am 70 and he sired me when he was in his mid-50s. Anyway I look forward to reading your posts and notes. Have a beautiful day! ✨💖

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It sounds like your father had such a cool job. In the 40s, that's like Mad Men in Oregon practically :-)

My dad was older when he had me too, so I get it :-) Have a beautiful day yourself as well!

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Actually the 30’s, typo ther! Lol, I love that comparison - Mad Men of Oregon! 💖😄 Perfect! 👌

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That’s like Dust Bowl Mad Men of Oregon 😅

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Had me at serial fiction and cats. My child (15) and I are cowriting a serial fiction. He provides the characters, the story, the events; I provide the thirty years of writing talent and skill to flesh it all out and in the meantime he gets to see what his stories can become and work on his own skills.

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That is so awesome. My 17 yo is my editor half the time 😄 What a great idea. (Most of my cat pics have moved to notes…. But not my most recent post ☺️ Thanks, Willow!

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