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William and the friend Jason bring their bicycles on the attic, shrink themselves, and embark on a journey. They meet Sir Simon because he is getting ready to leave for the tournament, and so they stop at his castle. They spend more time a boy plus a girl with the castle and together. The girl tells them of an omen her grandmother, Calendar, kept repeating before she died. Sir Simon sent Calendar away for the convent as he thought she was crazy and he does not believe the omen. Few accept it but Calendar's granddaughter does. Jason and William believe it too. Oh MY! (Lions & Tigers & Bears! OH MY!) - Here's what happens - when you're willing - to PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE and PRACTICE even more - (this is what's called persistence) you begin to produce the magical quality of PATIENCE - allowing what to unfold in their OWN time - including YOU and your business. Part of the work of your Passion-preneur may be the deep development of this patience muscle. You have been STRUCK THROUGH THE HEART and you have deep burning want to serve the globe in the highest ways possible to get your gifts on the table, to assist those you happen to be here to serve and also to joyfully co-create magic, miracles and funds together with your entrepreneurship! And yet... Few people knew exactly where it originated, and fewer still were permitted access. The location is private, house and past owners were understandably protective of the treasure. Around four decades ago a little daughter, local boy named Martin Kramer (That's Martin inside photo, characteristically swinging a pick. Also, three collectors from your Monterey / Carmel area.) was hill climbing near his Morgan Hill home, South of San Jose, California and noticed some pretty, red rocks. Back then, the jasper may be collected as float material. When that have all been removed rockhounds attacked outcrops with gads, prybars, and sledges looking for jasper in the host rock. Finally, exploratory holes were dug until two reliable veins were found just feet derived from one of another. For years this one site has supplied gem rough for lapidaries through the nation and beyond. If you notice a recent abundance of poppy jasper on the market (I have seen bowling ball-sized boulders at a few shows) it is because your website was opened to fee-digging the past couple of years. Knowing they'd soon sell their house, pet owners took advantage of the additional income stream.