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My son in law David, who is a geologist, joins me for a fun kayak ride and some interesting rock collecting on the beach at Rockport State Park. We found a surprising number of gastropods (giant prehistoric snails) as well as some other interesting rocks.
Thanks to Christina Jelinek for editing the closed captions for this video.
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