Soapstone (8/10)

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Also called Steatite is a Talc-Schist and a type of metamorphic Rock which occurs where Tectonic Plates are. 

They are made by heat and pressure with the influx of fluids. They do look kind of melted. 

Crossing this waterfall is super hard, you have to gravel hop, not rock hop.The soapstone, when wet is too slick to stand on, much less walk on it. 

 It is about knee deep where you have to cross, and requires you to take off your shoes. The water is the temp of melted ice. Burr. 

Written by Kim_Johnson


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