A geological pilgrimage to the Cave of Crystals, Chihuahua, Mexico

This month’s Accretionary Wedge, hosted by  life as a geologist, asks bloggers to discuss a geologically cool place that they would love to go or have been to, a sort of  'geological pilgrimage.'  This place should be: "geologically unique,  relatively remote, and requires some difficulty to get to. If you have already done your geological …

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Accretionary Wedge #42 – Countertop Geology: Palacio de Carlos V conglomerate

Ian Saginor of the blog Volcanoclast is hosting this month’s accretionary wedge, and this month’s theme is countertop geology!  What a great topic for an Accretionary Wedge - Here’s the call for posts. The thing that immediately came to my mind was conglomerate, because its my favorite sedimentary rock (see second photo for evidence), especially …

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