Authored by Not Wanderlust’s head geologist: Evan Dismukes
Quartzite: metamorphosed sandstone.
Slate: metamorphosed shale.
Marble: metamorphosed limestone.
Igneous: volcanic in origin.
Metamorphic: altered in some way. Either by heat, pressure or deformation.
Burgess Shale: a rock layer famous for having some of the best preserved fossils in the world.
Travertine: type of limestone deposited by mineral springs.
Amphibolites: metamorphosed hornblende.
Now that we have reached the highest latitude for our trip, and witnessed Cat failing at using her SheWee for a second time, we begin our move east. We found out that Canada has it’s own Glacier National Park, traveled through the Canadian Rockies and returned to the U.S. despite our Border Patrol’s best efforts to deny natural born citizens access to their homeland.