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Scenes From Grant Park 2016

By |October 15th, 2016|Club Blog, galleryposts|0 Comments

Moose Lake – Agates

Moose Lake Agates          by  John and Mary Rettler Having a business meeting in Minneapolis on Saturday was the only invitation we needed to make a trip north this past weekend.  We packed a couple of bags, a cooler some water and ice and we were off!  We rambled up along the “Big Muddy” through Nelson [...]

By |August 4th, 2016|Travel blog|0 Comments

Silha Quarry

Joe Woger made some nice finds at the Silha quarry in Janesville.

By |July 26th, 2016|Club Blog|0 Comments

Dells of the Eau Claire

A Rocking Weekend After attending the Lakeland Rock and Gem show in Minocqua on Friday, Mary and I scouted an area known to harbor some specimens of Mica Schist, Blue Kyanite and Red Garnets hidden in a rock formation deep in the forest north west of the Lac Du Flambeau Reservation.  But not being prepared [...]

By |July 19th, 2016|Travel blog|0 Comments

May 7th 2016 Field Trip

By |May 17th, 2016|galleryposts|0 Comments

Wausau

Wisconsin Moonstone March 19th members from the Kettle Moraine Geological Society traveled to Wausau in search of the elusive Wisconsin moonstone. They were met by Bill Schoenfuss  who knows the specific area where this gemstone can be found.  By the end of the rock hunt, everyone had found fine specimens to take home.  There is [...]

By |April 16th, 2016|Travel blog|0 Comments

2016 Show

The 2016 Kettle Moraine Geological Society's Rock and Gem show, held at the Washington County Fair Park, was very successful this year. Here are some photos from that event. The Kettle Moraine Geological Society has a successful 54th annual show. Johanna Allison and Bernice McCloskey had a great time discussing the history [...]

By |April 14th, 2016|galleryposts|0 Comments

“Moonwalking”

Saturday, March 19th, eleven members of the Kettle Moraine Geological Society drove to Wausau and set about "Moonwalking" around the rural countryside. This is not a 1980’s dance move; but rather as in walking around on a warm, sunny spring day searching for "Moonstones". About a year ago KMGS friend and supporter William Schoenfuss invited [...]

By |April 4th, 2016|Club Blog|0 Comments

Cave of the Mounds

There are 18 National Natural Landmarks in Wisconsin. Cave of the Mounds is one of four geological landmarks in our state. Carolynne, Richard, Christy and Nicole Rosenberger went to visit this beautiful area in the summer of 2015. I haven't been there for a long time and I was pleasantly surprised at the wonderful grounds [...]

By |January 27th, 2016|Travel blog|Comments Off on Cave of the Mounds