Today we drove to Rockhound State Park in New Mexico.
“On the western slop of the Little Florida Mountains, Rockhound State Park is popular among hikers looking for spectacular views, and among rock enthusiasts looking for unique rock and minerals. Visitors acn find a variety of rock and minerals, ranging form silica, quartz crystals, chalcedony, agate, common opal, jasper to thundereggs and geodes. Visitors are welcome to take 15 pounds of rock per person from the park.
New Mexico sunset.
At sunrise Jenna and I took these two last photos.