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New geology field trip coming soon!

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Dear friends.

It has been a long time. Thanks for your patience during my break from blog posting. I will soon publish a new self-guided geology field trip on this website to the Blue Lake trail, near Washington Pass.  Stay tuned!

 

 

 

 

Please note I have a new email for my readers:DaveTuckersblogs at gmail 25 percent

You can always leave a comment on the webpage, and I will get around to responding when I can.

Thanks, Dave Tucker

4 Responses

  1. Thank you, Dave Tucker! Glad to hear from you again, and please, definitely, keep me on your contacts list. ~ Anita Kay

    On Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 9:14 AM Northwest Geology Field Trips wrote:

    > magmatist posted: ” Dear friends. It has been a long time. Thanks for > your patience during my break from blog posting. I will soon publish a new > self-guided geology field trip on this website to the Blue Lake trail, near > Washington Pass. Stay tuned! &nbs” >

  2. Hi Dave, good to hear from you.

    Do you have any plans to do guided field trips again? I know a lot of followers enjoyed them.

    Thanks!

  3. It is good to get your emails again. About Blue Lake…I hiked there two or three years ago in September and had to dodge an irate female goat who was trying to send off her two kids. Keep your pack between yourself and any goats. The geology will be fun, too.
    Sandy Bowman

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