Gee, Terry. You must have a personal interest in this if you went
through all the trouble to look up my personal information and post
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 7:32 AM, Terry Holsinger via Texascavers
> That may well be, but nowhere in the craigslist ad does it say that this IS
> a Cave formation and came from a cave.
> "We" do not know if it is a cave formation. Sure it looks like it could be,
> but I have seen just this sort of "rock" in rivers, dry stream beds, even
> empty pastures, and also behind the utility trenchers in places like Round
> Rock subdivisions and road cuts, and old quarries.
> If y'all feel it's fine to judge/condemn the seller without knowing for sure
> if it is even from a cave, then feel free to get the lynch mob together
> (even if just to tattle on the seller to Craigslist) Gary lives only 4 miles
> away from ya (Barlow Dr to N. Stone St per Google Maps).....
> Terry H.
> On 9/19/2016 7:44 AM, George D. Nincehelser via Texascavers wrote:
>> That's not what the law says.
>> Regardless of what state they came from, you need documentation.
>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 7:27 AM, Terry Holsinger via Texascavers
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Unless you can PROVE that this was removed from a TEXAS cave without the
>>> owners permission, there is NO evidence that there is any wrong doing.
>>> Bad taste for selling them maybe, but with out contacting the seller and
>>> asking were they got them from, no sign of wrong doing.
>>> These "formations" MAY have come from a quarry and where the "cave" was
>>> now just air.
>>> It may have come from a cave the seller owns, or that the seller has the
>>> owners permission to "mine".
>>> It may even have been removed by a "digger" trying to get to more cave
>>> It may (most likely) also be from a shipment of "specimens" sent to the
>>> for resale from a foreign country (not just some foreign state like
>>> Terry H.
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