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Found it fogg found Trees of Stone Earthcache

Saturday, July 6, 2013Washington

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Prying Pandora took us to the petrified trees yesterday. Very amazing to see this tree trunks. Interesting to see, that even decaying parts of the wood were petrified too. We enjoyed this rare geology very much!

Many thanks to Cathy and Phil for driving us here and to The Navigatorz for this outstanding EarthCache!

Fogg & Consortin

This entry was edited by fogg on Monday, 08 July 2013 at 01:24:35 UTC.

infoAn Earthcache is an educational form of a virtual cache. The reward for these caches is learning more about the planet on which we live - its landscapes, its geology or the minerals and fossils that are found there. Many Earthcaches are in National Parks. Some are multi-cache in form, and some have a physical log book located in or close to a Visitor Center. Earthcaches are developed in association with the Geological Society of America. For more information go to http://www.geosociety.org/earthcache/
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