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    Pearlista Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert GemGeek's Avatar
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    Okay, okay, here are some pearls...

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    First-graft Pearl Senior Guide Member Ramona's Avatar
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    I love the ring an the pendant! Beautiful.

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    Blaire,

    Thank you soooo much! Those pics are just wonderful! Beautiful designs! And those mabe rings---so many different overtones! Amazing how the pearls look just as beautiful in gold or silver---------------
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    Beautiful pearls. I wish I was there too. And the food!!! - I love Chilie Relleno - and with shrimp!!! Hmmnn - my mouth is watering.

    -SR

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    The thickness of the nacre is very impressive. Is that your hand, Jeremy?
    Nora

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    Thank you for sharing photos of your trip and the pearls. Are those mabe rings on silver? Why are there 2 ends sticking out of some rings? They look too short to be curled into spirals like the others?
    Cathy

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    Nora, it's my hand, but it does look like a "man hand" in the photo because it's kind of curled up to keep the pearl from flipping over.

    Cathy, actually, I just had another look at the picture. When viewed from above the wires look more squiggly and it makes more sense.

    Right now the signal is too low to post more photos, but I will post more when I get a chance.
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    Natural Pearl Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert Nerida's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona View Post
    I love the ring an the pendant! Beautiful.
    me too, me too....

    I am jealous...

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    Side pearl ruckus trip??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by waimeamomi View Post
    Side pearl ruckus trip??????
    We talked about that, but it would be a trip to visit the pearl farm more than a ruckus.

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    Both the food and the pearls look delicious! Thanks for sharing the pics!

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    I can see us making time to ruckus while visiting the pearl farm.
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    Natural Pearl Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert waimeamomi's Avatar
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    And I could visit the pearl farm without ruckusing (there). Maybe a pre or post regular ruckus trip.
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    It's too hot to go to Guaymas July - September. And in September, hurricanes are a possibility! Maybe a spring 2011 trip minus the ruckus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GemGeek View Post
    It's too hot to go to Guaymas July - September. And in September, hurricanes are a possibility! Maybe a spring 2011 trip minus the ruckus?
    I would love to visit sometime during winter months.

    The food, farm and area...... very nice.

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