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  • #16
    I think the fact its fused to the other rock makes it wayyyyy cooler. I'd try to get it home "as is".

    Let us know how it turns out!
    Western Kentucky

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    • #17
      That’s touchy. I think a knapper might know .
      I think a if it’s on a giant mother stone just leave it .
      But I know someone will take it .
      I just wrote a big story how to get it out with chisel . Erased
      I fear it’s going to break .

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      • #18
        Look how they chipped away at that around the corners.
        You have to get the mother rock it’s just to cool .

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        • #19
          Update: My area has been pounded by rain and storms to the point I couldn't get out on river. Well, finally got there a couple days ago. The spot that photo was taken ...lol it's not even there anymore. The river recoursed and the barr it was on is flattened 6-7 feet below were it was. A mystery it stays. Very sad.

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          • #20
            I think it was being carved into shape but never taken out might of been a large soapstone they were working on
            NW Georgia

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            • #21
              Tooo bad Jake. I sure was hoping you could get it out. I know you will keep an eye on that spot from now on. Kim
              Knowledge is about how and where to learn more Knowledge that you seek. Snyder County Pa.

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