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WHAT TO CUT

Cold Mountain Thundereggs

Cold Mountain thundereggs come from the Sierra Mountains between the cities of Aguascalientes and Zacatecas, Mexico.

When you hear the word hundereggs, most people quickly associate them as baseball size geode type stones filled with agate. In this case, this material is just a slight bit different. his material looks likes a bunch of golf balls and marbles all clustered together in a big muddy clump! Once you cut one open though, you will see all the beauty in it.

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