Granite for Steinlager

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    Jason L Connor
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    Hi All,

    I’m looking to do a steinlager project this summer and I’m if anyone know where I can get 8-12 fist-sized pieces of granite (preferably on the cheap). Best answer earns a growler (presuming it doesn’t suck) 🙂

    #410
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    Dave Rosso
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    Roosevelt National Forest… :O)

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    Jason L Connor
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    @daver said:
    Roosevelt National Forest… :O)

    If only I had any idea what I was looking at 😛

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    Jay Shambo
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    If do a hike up to Arthur’s rock in Lory, you will pass mega tons of the perfect granite. You want the stuff with a lot of quartz in it, which up there is a pinkish color. Quartz won’t absorb much liquid and therefore won’t explode when you heat it up. You could also use marble, like some old broken counter tops or something, assuming there isn’t finish on it.

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    Jason L Connor
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    @jay-shambo Thanks, I’ll do that (I’ve been meaning to go out for hike anyway)

    Cheers All!

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