Agate Hunting at Patrick's Point State Park in California
Armed with a pocket guide to agates that we picked up at the visitor center, we strolled from our campsite, descended the long flight of stairs from the road, kicked off our shoes, and began to explore Agate Beach in Patrick's Point State Park. I can only imagine what people watching from the trails above must think. The posture of all the beachcombers is the same: head bowed, take a few steps, crouch down, grab handfuls of rocks, stand back up, repeat. Reds, orange, green, striped, gray, brown, white, speckled—colorful stones, all tumbled smooth from the churning waves crashing on the beach. It's like walking on confetti.
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