posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 09:34 PM
Thunder eggs are solid on the inside, and Geodes are hollow with some crystal growth inside , both can appear in the same deposits. There are numerous
places in the states they can be collected, but they are not by any means common or everywhere. Digging can vary from moderate loose soil and clay, to
cemented ash that requires chisel and extreme labor. there are several in Oregon that are privately owned... which means a fee, but it's by the pound
gathered and very reasonable ( and a sure thing ) whereas opal mines you pay to dig whether you find something or not, there are also known areas
where it is free, but often picked over or requiring extreme digging and finding areas not dug or collected in the deposit area.
16-6-2019 by Knapperdude because: Dhooh
edit on 16-6-2019 by Knapperdude because: derp twice