I will post some pictures this weekend. The amazonite that I collected a week ago is not cleaning up well due to etching by the chemicals in the pocket where it was formed. After a week of vacationing in Rocky Mtn National Park we stopped by Leadville on the way back. As many of you probably know Leadville is a famous mining town, where a lot of lead, silver, some gold and other minerals where extracted. Currently a large open pit mine nearby removes molybdenum. I found some pyritohedron crystals in an abandoned dump, none much larger than half an inch in diameter, still they are interesting.