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Jansen Lyons replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Glad to have you Alistair! Don't mind at all. You guess it, you get to put out the next meteorite picture that everyone has to guess at. Here's my next guess based on size. Could it be Campbellsville?"
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Alistair Napier replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Greetings one and all, new boy here from England UK, big thanks for letting me join this great forum, keep up the good work hope you don't mind if I have a stab at this Slaton ?"
Thursday
Rogan Hennie replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Found in the 1900's"
Thursday
Jansen Lyons replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Was it found in the 2000s or 1900s?"
Wednesday
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Rogan Hennie replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"haha. Sorry, Jansen, keep sleuthing around for clues to help narrow it down."
Tuesday
Jansen Lyons replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Is it Aggie Creek or Bay, Aggie something? The Alaska Iron? I know it's Aggie :)"
Tuesday
Rogan Hennie replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Not Brainard, nor Nebraska.  The second part of your question is accurate. It's a main mass with its end cut off. Keep sniffing."
Tuesday
Jansen Lyons replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Aye Rogan, that it is. I'll take a shot of Irish whiskey to keep things a'floatin then. *When I'm old enough of course* How about Blainard? It's an old plough find. If not, an end cut perhaps? Or a main mass with it's end…"
Tuesday
Rogan Hennie replied to Craig Moody's discussion Name That Meteorite game V3.0
"Niente.  Agree, Jansen. The site needs a major pick-me-up / shot of whisky. lol Keep guessing anyways man. We'll have some fun here."
Tuesday
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