Fortunatly we could go outside and use all of our senses, some
us more than others...., to learn about the rocks and their history
leaving most of the geometry behind us.
this brought a smile to Elisha's face-
Early in the week, after studying the rock at Lake Iroquois for the
project, we visited the Hinesburg Thrust, or, as some people in our
(like Joe !) called it, the Heissman's Thrust!
This fault helps push the rocks together making the Green Mountains.