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Backwoods, I'll bet yiu even have some of these.

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  1. iskiatomic

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  2. Thistle

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    http://www.stonechilled.com/ Made from polished Scottish granite,about 3/4" cubes.

    I first seen these while on vacation in Scotland Sept 2004.A few years ago started seeing them here in the States.Pretty cool idea no pun intended. I have a bunch of smaller scrap pieces of marble & granite left from various projects.Gonna get out the tile saw & mini grinder out & make a set.:cool:
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    Hello. Dr. Libby and Dr. Caurso Dental.

    Yeah, it's me. Jake. Is Dr. Caruso in . . . I think I broke a tooth.

    Oh, how did that happen?

    I was drinking out of a cup that had stone ice cubes in it.

    :)
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    KC, I have lots of odd shapes so maybe I should polish some and give them a try. I'd read about doing this and wondered. Perhaps I should try. I would even work to keep your beer cold....but then, you drink it fast enough that I doubt it is a problem. ;lol
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    I just scored some small pieces of soapstone from my neighbor from an old sink that I will cut into small flat cylinders for handwarmers for the wife. We'll set them on the stove to warm them up before using them. I thought Woodstock had them but I forgot to look when we were there.
  6. iskiatomic

    iskiatomic Minister of Fire

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    Ummmmmmmmmmmmmm, generally not a problem!!


    Pen, anything to add?

    KC​

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