Posted on October 31, 2011 by magmatist
Adena Mooers points to the sharp facies change from sandstone to conglomerate at Teddy Bear Cove. Click to enlarge any image.
Teddy Bear Cove has shoreline exposures of west-dipping Chuckanut Formation conglomerate, and a couple of nice swimming beaches. It is a Whatcom County Park on Chuckanut Bay reached by a short trail from Chuckanut Drive.
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Filed under: Chuckanut Formation, geologic structure, geology, sedimentary rocks, strike and dip |