Wednesday, November 30, 2011
12/1/11 Report - Rocks on Rocks & Weekend Seas
A lot of ballast rocks are egg shaped river rocks. You very seldom see those on a beach. If you watch the in coming tide and how it moves objects, you know why. For one thing, round, or nearly round objects, roll back down the slope after every wave. More flat objects are sometimes moved up and then settle in as the returning water washing down over them.
Enough of that until I get some good videos.
Its not enough that google changes everything, but then I run across a mind-scrambling article.
Here is the link if you want to scramble your brain. Maybe it won't affect you the same way it did me..
Here it is.
Posted by The Treasure Guide at 9:53 AM