May 09 2013

New at Rosetta Stones: Sneak Peeks

We’re halfway through our trip, and I’ve got some enticing photos for you, my darlings. Soon, we’ll have a series of posts exploring several aspects of Oregon geology in detail, and you will love them. I promise! So many stories to share with you when I return, not to mention about six trillion photos.



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    Lovely. Hope you’ve taken a little time out from the rocks to visit a lighthouse or three for me! Looking forward to more.

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      Agree with Trebuchet. I loves me some lighthouses. Also, maybe a bird or two? Pretty please? Or a cool dragonfly? This promises to be a most exciting series.

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      Lithified Detritus

      If you like lighthouses (and who doesn’t) you need to visit my beloved home state of Michigan. We have more lighthouses than any other state, The Upper Peninsula is positively littered with them, as is the northern Lower Peninsula.


      1. Trebuchet

        Yes! Been wanting to do that for years. We did visit about 15 years ago but my interest hadn’t gelled yet.

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    That first photo is just stunning. Absolutely stunning.
    Also, in relation to your previous post (cobra lilies): I love the fact that they like to grow on serpentinite. That whole snake theme… ;)
    (Can’t wait for more!!)

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    Okay, now I’m REALLY homesick. That Smith River photo got me.

    I am excited to hear about serpentinite. I spent my early childhood living on Eight Dollar Mountain and it is such a special place. So. Many. Rocks.

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