These are the supplies needed for your next rock hunting journey! Happy hunting!
- Guide books (fossils, rocks & minerals, and geology books) if you believe in crystal healing then bring it too
- Bag (knapsack, shoulder bag, or backpack)
- Old Newspaper
- Writing tool (pencil, pen, or crayon)
- Pocket microscope or magnifying glass
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Step 1: Guide Books
Use to identify specimens. If you believe in crystal healing, bring a guide of that along too.
Step 2: Bag
Use a shoulder bag, backpack or knapsack too put tools or specimens in.
Step 3: Chisel & Hammer
For obvious uses.
Step 4: Sock and Hammer
Put a rock in the sock and hit it with the hammer to crack it open.
Step 5: Old Newspaper
Use it to wrap up rocks.
Step 6: Gloves
To protect hands.
Step 7: Writing Tool and Notebook
Use pencil pen or crayon.
Record notes in it.
If you use a pencil:
Bring a sharpener or knife.
Step 8: Pocket Microscope or Magnifying Glass
To look CLOSER.
Step 9: Camera
If you're wondering why it is in a bathroom; it's kind of hard to take a picture of a camera with its self without a mirror.