It’s officially wet season on Vancouver Island and I managed to get a couple good trips in to my favourite rockhounding locations.
I wasted a bit of time exploring for new places that didn’t pan out. But at least I know that now. I hit an old haunt and walked off in the opposite direction I usually go. I was in search of Dallasite, our local jasper, and hoped the recent stormy weather pushed some new ones up.
I’m more pictures than words today. It was a nice trip and I need to get out more. High-quality Dallasite is not very common, though the junkier stuff is. I already can’t wait until snorkel hounding next summer! No one’s picked up those rocks yet.