Just brought the siamese home from her spay surgery. The tom cat has been neutered. I still have four kittens (one disappeared, despite my best efforts to keep them safe). They have turned out calico in color which might be a plus as far as giving them away is concerned. I wanted to keep all of them but it's just not practical.
I am pricing more of the rocks in my shop with individual tags. Also making note of what I am short on so I can order if it's something I can't manufacture on my own. We have the saws going now.
Yesterday I started with sulfosalts. The tetrahydrite group includes tetrahydrite and tennantite. A few others are listed: jamesonite, boulangerite, stephanite and zinkenite. The chief metal in these is usually copper but sometimes it's iron or zinc. They are found chiefly in mining areas. Appearance is dark gray and they are brittle.
Was just reading about a vicious predator type dinosaur that may have been warm blooded. :(