Friday, 11 January 2008 04:41 | oswego ny 13126
you are blessed to have such a terrific place and i hope to be seeing you sometime soon.i plan on moving to the west soon and enjoying all that god has given us to enjoy while were here.
Wednesday, 09 January 2008 08:00 | Arlington, Texas
We grew up 'rockhounding' and I had never heard of your spot! My dad (who has passed now) loved opal and would have been so excited. So I'll be excited for him and come to see you! When is the best time of year to come? What is the best airport into which to fly? Where do folks stay? (Some of your website was blocked.) Thanks so much ans excited to see you! God Bless - Cindy Norris
Ol Dadeo (Paul)
Monday, 07 January 2008 14:23 | Washington State (NCW)
Very nice website and beautiful Opals. We are planning a trip to Southern Oregon this coming summer when we plan on visiting the mine for a day or so and try to find some Opals. We are looking forward to the trip and can hardly wait for summer. Hopefully we will see you then.
Bear (Bill Cosper)
Monday, 07 January 2008 07:29 | Missouri
Looking forward to getting more information. Sounds like a great trip.
Sunday, 06 January 2008 08:58 | Seattle
this site is great! woof! Joe
Ralph and Michelle Valenzuela
Tuesday, 01 January 2008 04:03 | san bernardino california
Me and my wife visited your site in august of 2007 and on the second day we uncovered a piece of beautiful opal about 4000carats. We are some finished pieces and 2 rough pieces about 1250 carats and 2500 carats of high color . Had a great time maybe if everything works out this year we can retire with what we found and will see you this coming year. Hope joy is doing ok I named a beautiful piece of 11 carats after her.
Sunday, 16 December 2007 09:49 | Gilbert, Az
Hi, I used to live in Klamath Falls almost 20 years ago and my partner and I used to enjoy camping out in the desert out of Denio Junction along the "hot springs," where we would hunt for arrowheads. On one occassion my partner Steve Walters; now deceased came back with an opal arrowhead, not fire opal on display at Favell's Museum, but nevertheless a small somewhat crudish point of opal. Since I was unable to be on this trip, I've always wondered if he truly found this opal point, which by the way was also on display at Favell Museum, or if we was" pulling my leg," and possibly purchased it at the Royal peacock mine gift shop or at the Indian Village Restaurant in Lakeview? I suppose I'll never know for sure, but its a good story and I plan on getting back up to that area in a year or two when I retire. Thanks for listening.
Don and Penny Folk
Tuesday, 27 November 2007 01:56 | Ohio
I ve always loved rocks. We're both in 70's and hope to see you in spring. Have a few questions so will call this winter.!
Tuesday, 20 November 2007 11:23 | Cibolo, Texas
Watched a nice program about your mine on TV tonight. Went to Yahoo, and all Web Sites about your mine are "down," and from what I read in some of the Posts here, is that your daily rate has more than doubled.Linda and I like searching for treasures and hope to bring our RV out there next year. We went to Arkansas in October, looking for diamonds - that fizzled out.
Saturday, 17 November 2007 02:09 | Nebraska
I visited the mine four times during '07. Great experience all four times. I hope Joy is getting all better. I'm looking forward to coming out in '08. As I understand things, there are decisions to be made about next year and I'm hoping you post something as soon as possible. In the meantime, I'm wishing the Wilson's, Lee, and Agate Head have a great winter and holiday season!! Bob, from the flatlands.