Club members preparing to search the creek.
This creek is the focus of our search and runs next to the farmhouse.
An especially rich section of the creek from which I retrieved multiple agates.
The creek features odd erosional features like shown here.
This creek is partly fed by a spring which was what drew the Chumash to this area.
Some of the chalcedony/agate I found this visit.
The colorful cherts I found this visit.
Brecciated jasper I found this visit
Horse tooth I found
These cherts I found sure look like petrified wood but are probably just radiolarian chert.
Sandstone bowls and a mano found in the creek a few weeks ago.
The aforementioned bowls and mano and an abalone shell likewise found in the creek.
The house that Huntington built (now the Root Farm house).
All photos by Kim Patrick Noyes (all rights reserved)