Re: NANFA-- RE: red flint

Brian Haas (
Sun, 27 May 2001 09:30:14 -0500


What was the grain size? All the natural gravel I've ever seen was in the
3/8-1/2 inch size (pea gravel); not exactly the ideal.

Travis Haas

At 12:47 AM 4/16/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Hey Dan, try a local building supply company and borrow a pick-me-up truck
>from a friend. You should be able to get some really nice river wash
>gravel very cheap. Here in Cleveland, I picked up some dynamite natural
>river gravel for $25 for a ton. Great color! My truck is only a 1/2 ton
>but I fit 3/4 of a ton in it. It killed me to loose the extra 1/4 ton!
> Needless to say, I have enough gravel to last me quite a while. Even if
>you go in with a garbage can, at $25, you can get 300 or 400 lbs cheap!
>Nick Zarlinga
>Aquarium Biologist
>Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
>216-661-6500 ex 4485

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