Bahia Agates, Tumbled for a Year—Rocks in a Box 62

This is a follow up to my year long tumbling video. Several people asked to see the finished rocks up close, so this is what you asked for. If you missed the carnelians last week, they’re here:

If you missed the original year long tumbling video, you should really go back and watch it.

Thanks to Christina Jelinek for the closed captions. If you’d like to give her a hand doing future videos, let me know.



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This is the cabbing machine I use:

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