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Scrap flagstone?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by davis Sep 30, 2009.

Is something being blown up in Albuquerque this week?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by davis Aug 21, 2009.



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davis replied to davis's discussion Scrap flagstone?
"I agree!"
Sep 30, 2009
Masshole in Fringecrest replied to davis's discussion Scrap flagstone?
"DCF slaughters Google for Albuquerque information, anyday. :-)"
Sep 30, 2009
davis replied to davis's discussion Scrap flagstone?
"Wow, thanks! These are all very good leads. I will definitely check out Coronado, which looks interesting on a whole lot of levels. And, Jeff, I would be very interested to know how one can harvest flagstone. I asked The Google, and got nothing…"
Sep 30, 2009
cathyray replied to davis's discussion Scrap flagstone?
"Coronado never fails & yes, indeed, the pricing is very mysterious."
Sep 29, 2009
Lee replied to davis's discussion Scrap flagstone?
"I second Coronado recycling if you can accept pavers or bricks, Coronado recycling has a scrap yard off of Broadway, I know they some pavers there because they have every construction remnant known to mankind there (bathtubs, sinks, wood, cement,…"
Sep 29, 2009
David Cramer replied to davis's discussion Scrap flagstone?
"When I was there a couple of years ago, the flagstone at the BLM site on the Quebradas Byway is fairly easy to harvest. It's mostly in thin sheets, often cracked, and in pieces of various sizes. Of course a pick or sledge hammer could always…"
Sep 29, 2009

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At 10:26am on December 12, 2007, Edith Grove said…
Both of mine fetch, too! They're a bit ADD about it, but they fetch way better than my mother's dog. I have a grey one as well, but he's a California stray. And he doesn't fetch.
At 9:03am on December 12, 2007, Edith Grove said…
That looks suspiciously like my cat. Do you have one of the feline subspecies known as the "Albuquerque Black Cat?" I have two of the darn things and they're nothing but schemes and trouble.
At 11:49am on December 11, 2007, Jude said…
Great comment about the "arabic boytoy." You send a great message of how to treat people. Thank you for helping make Burque great.
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