guide to the geology of olympic national park
Last year and last weekend I was fairly intrigued by the loose and broken shale on Tyler and Baldy, blankets and blankets of uniformly splintered rock. So as of late, I’ve been casually studying Rowland Tabor’s Guide to the Geology of Olympic National Park. The cover is faded, but I was lucky enough to find this edition a few years ago with the two enclosed maps in wonderfully starchy condition.
The back cover: