Basin Range Volcanics Geolapidary museum

Home of the Baker Egg Mine

Agate nodules and crystal geodes, the finest in rarity and quality in the world!

My book, The Formation of Thundereggs, is finished
and is now available as both a hardcopy (soft cover) and as a CD!!
Click here for more information

Located two miles before Rockhound State Park on Rockhound Road (Highway 143)Baker Thunderegg with stalactites, Deming, New Mexico
6235 Stirrup Rd SE
Deming, New Mexico   88030
(575) 546-4021
                                    Contents:
What Are Thundereggs (Lithophysae)
Where To Find Thundereggs (Lithophysae)

How To Dig Thundereggs (Lithophysae) 
The Collection of the Geode Kid
How To Determine Proper Orientation for Successful Cutting
Baker Thunderegg Basics
Baker Thundereggs For Sale
Where To Find the Basin Range Volcanics Geolapidary Museum and Rockshop

Contribution to Petrochemical-mineralogical Characterization of Alteration Processes within the Marginal Facies of Rhyolitic Volcanics of Lower Permian Age, Thuringian Forest, Germany


Baker egg with stunning agate colors and banding, Deming, New Mexico
Baker egg with incredible agate colors and banding, Deming, New Mexico Baker Thunderegg, Deming, New Mexico















Baker with great agate and dark crystals, Deming, New Mexico

Baker Egg within an Egg, Deming, New Mexico



















Tilt agate thunderegg, Rockhound State Park, Deming, New Mexico

Sagenite in carnelian agate, Baker Egg Mine, Deming, New MexicoDetailed descriptions of rare and bizarre formations are provided with many of the specimens in the museum collection.  In addition, we have a shop with fine thundereggs from many of the locations in the museum for sale-- geodes, nodules, and agate from New Mexico and the Western United States.














Phone (575) 546-4021

You can e-mail us at
geodekid@zianet.com

You can snail-mail us at
Basin Range Volcanics Geolapidary Museum
6235 Stirrup Rd SE
Deming, New Mexico   88030



For more information,
please refer to my book, The Formation of Thundereggs
by Robert Colburn, aka "Paul, the Geode Kid."

This web page was created for the Geode Kid by Carlton J Donaghe and Bill Boomhower

Updated 1/31/2007

All contents copyright © 1997 Robert Colburn.  All rights reserved.

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