Rockhounding Washington – Finding Agates, Rocks and Petrified Wood in the Greenwater River
If you live in Washington or are planning a rockhounding Washington adventure then you won’t want to miss these agates, rocks and petrified wood opportunities.
Sit back as we take you on an adventure of the agates, rocks and petrified wood in the Greenwater river area.
We’re quite sure once you see the quality of these agates and rocks and you’ll be salivating and biting at the bit for a visit.
We also share some valuable tips on “how to” ID lot’s of different types of agates, cool rocks and petrified wood.
If your a rockhound or just a beginner in the rockhounding world, then you don’t want to miss these agates, cool rocks and petrified wood in the Greenwater River area!
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Rock Hunting Basics – Ideas – Packing Your Rockhounding Bag
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ɸ So once again we bring you some rockhounding tips tricks and some secrets to help you in any way we can, find and ID more agates and cool rocks.
ɸ Are you curious about the definition of what an agate is? Then check out this video.
Agates Made Easy * Definition of Agate
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This link will take you directly to learning more about how to
find and ID more agates, rocks, petrified wood, jasper etc…