Panorama Gem

Rock Hounding in Northeast Washington

Naches Thundereggs

October 18th, 2015
Washed thundereggs look better

Washed thundereggs look better

Closeup of slab

Closeup of slab

Slab of nodules

Slab of nodules

Washed nodules

Washed nodules

Thundereggs

Thundereggs

Pileated woodpecker, Thundereggs 10-1-'15 019 Pileated woodpecker, Thundereggs 10-1-'15 020 Pileated woodpecker, Thundereggs 10-1-'15 021

Ken Hunt and rockhounds

Ken Hunt and rockhounds

Fossil leaf in same area

Fossil leaf in same area

The site and the rockhounds

The site and the rockhounds

Carl Buchholz trip leader

Carl Buchholz trip leader

Naches river valley

Naches river valley

Desert wildflowers

Desert wildflowers

Bighorn Sheep crossing

Bighorn Sheep crossing

Yakima River

Yakima River

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  • Beau Shattuck says on: September 2, 2017 at 5:21 AM

     

    My son and I are here from Olympus this weekend, specifically to find Thunder eggs.
    While he is still sleeping, I was wondering if you would be so kind as to respond to this e-mail as to tell me if you offer mineral hunting expeditions?
    As well as how much it will cost?
    Thank you

    • panorama says on: November 18, 2017 at 10:33 AM

       

      We do have some geodes in Ferry County but they are not Thunder eggs. Expeditions are possible. Please use email to arrange (joe.barreca@gmail.com)

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Panorama Gem

Rock Hounding in Northeast Washington