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I explore the Rocky and Columbia mountains and icefields very often, so I have a nice array of very interesting pieces of geology and fossils in my house (including many precious gems from around the world, such as my 4' tall amethysts).

I also have a few small memorabilia from movie sets that have been set up in my area (for example, I have a small wooden stake with rope around it that was used as a TP stake in The Revenant (which I just went and saw this past weekend).

Other than that, I have a fair amount of artwork from all over (mostly street art that artist friends put on paper/canvas for me), and many pieces by my step-daughter (she's an artist in the Bay area).

Besides those (which are not in abundance), I don't have much stuff; I dislike clutter.


In reply to Re: How many photographs, souvenirs, artworks, trophies or other decorative objects are displayed in your home? by stevieb
in thread How many photographs, souvenirs, artworks, trophies or other decorative objects are displayed in your home? by ambrus

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