A Rock Pickers Paradise! This Lake Huron Beach is LOADED With Pudding Stones and Petoskey Stones!

It's been a dream of mine for a long while to find Pudding Stones! Pudding stones are a type of sedimentary rock known as conglomerate. These Pudding Stones are conglomerates that have been metamorphosed into a metamorphic rock called quartzite. The base rock is quartzite and it has pebbles of jasper and other dark colored inclusions. They first formed as a sand that is then metamorphosed to quartzite under heat and pressure. These rocks originally formed in what is now Canada 2.3 BILLION YEARS AGO! They were then carried to Michigan from the Laurentide Glacier which covered the state around 24,000 years ago. The story these stones tell is incredible, and it was a pleasure and an honor to search for them on the stunning shores of Michigan's Lake Huron. Along with Pudding Stones we found tons of Petoskey Stones and all kinds of other beautiful rocks! Enjoy! My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/WILDKYLE

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I am a Fossil Hunter, Rockhound, Antique Bottle Hunter, Treasure Hunter, and Songwriter! I take my camera on all my Treasure Hunting adventures so I can take y'all out in the great outdoors with me! We are lucky to call this incredible planet home, where a wealth of historic and prehistoric treasures await to be found. Thanks for checking out my content. Hope you enjoy!

Gainesville, FL

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