Our special British Columbian rocks have been travelling all over the United States lately, and between that and my own tumbling, I felt justified doing a quick rockhound on the weekend.
I went to a new section of beach while the sun was going down. I didn’t find a whole lot this time but did snag a couple of nice Dallasite pieces. More and more, I’m focused on the stones that show intense design and less dead weight in quartz and basalt.
The picture above shows a common Dallasite rock: nice designs in one section, and mostly just a quartz-basalt brecciated look elsewhere. This is not what I would call a High Grade rock, even though the designed section is very nice. Too much of the weight is made up elsewhere.
Below is what I would define as High Grade, as it is completely made up of Dallasite’s signature designs:
The bigger the rock, the more chance quartz and basalt take up much of the mass. Then again, you never know for sure what’s on the inside of a rock.
And here are the tumbled rocks I took out of coarse grind last week:
Actually I was saying that the landscape was detracting from the beauty of the bucket.
Then I think we’re on the same page, my dear!
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