Me-Now-Views; Museum Moments part the third

Picking up from yesterday, a post of special interest to blogpals Bertie (he of bounce and recent street-side fracas) and his human, Gail. 

This was perhaps the least cluttered exhibit and one of the more personally interesting.

























This doesn't really need me adding any explanation.  


























































































































This fault also extends through the middle of the Isle of Bute and one can stand with a foot in the highlands and a foot in the lowlands.

There you have it m'dears.  

Hope your week hasn't been too rocky...

5 comments:

  1. Ah, yes, interesting indeed. So you too are quite close to the Highland Boundary Fault, the very same one that is exposed on the coast just a few miles south of Aberdeen. I'd never thought to look exactly where it ended up in SW Scotland!
    Cheers, Gail.

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  2. Darn it.... WE were HOPING we could beat Bertie here when we saw all the ROCKS...
    They bring back Mom's Memories of College Geology Classes...
    TALC... the SOFTEST Mineral on Moe's Scale of Hardness...
    We wanted to impress Bertie and Miss Gail with the fact that Mom could remember that... after all these 87 years.
    Mom still has her STREAK Plate and Hand Lens. SHE is Anal Retentive.
    We really enjoyed seeing these thingys... MOM was over the moon.
    She LOVES ROCKS and MINERALS...

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  3. Rocks are always good, I'm fond of them.
    Merle.........

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  4. What an interesting post!
    My daughter, the hydrogeologist, is always explaining rocks for us!
    We took a walk in the forest the other day, and we were talking about the rocks.
    What fun!

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  5. This is why I'm not surprised *I* qualify for a senior discount...
    I get to post and forget what I wanted to say to you!
    yes, I'm turning 58 this year. I'm happy to take a discount at this age! What the heck!!!

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