Ten Bucks Well Spent

A mere mile and a half from my house is the Western Museum of Mining and Industry. I went there once when my son was a cub scout . . . that kid is now driving. I vaguely recalled a table with rocks the same size that weighed vastly different amounts. The topic of the week in Geology 111  is minerals, and  with density a defining feature, I coughed up the $10 admission fee to checked it out again. It did not disappoint. Continue reading “Ten Bucks Well Spent”