7 Must Read Rockhounding And Geology Blogs

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    7 Must Read Rockhounding And Geology Blogs

    I’ve enjoyed collecting rocks and digging around for fossils for years.  So much so that I started this rockhounding blog you’re reading now. During the time I’ve had the Rock Seeker blog, I’ve really enjoyed sharing with you some of the things that I’m passionate about.




     

    Starting the Rock Seeker blog was one of the best ideas I’ve had recently and I plan on continuing this it for years to come. I have a list of ideas that I still want to share with you this coming year. And I’m always excited to receive messages from you with even more ideas to write about.

    As you know, a blog can be a great tool for learning new things, receiving useful tips and reading reviews about products you’re interested in.  So if you’ve enjoyed reading this blog, please take a moment to subscribe to my newsletter!

    As you may know, I have a couple other blogs that I manage as well.  But what I really enjoy doing is reading and following other peoples blogs on a wide variety of subjects.

    With that said, I thought if you’re here, on my rockhounding site, you might also enjoy reading some of the other rockhounding and geology themed blogs that I spend time reading.

    Here is a list of the 7 must read rockhounding and geology blogs.  Enjoy!




     

    7 Must Read Rockhounding And Geology Themed Blogs

     

    1. Rockhound Times

     

    2. American Geode

     

    3. Geo Tripper

     

    4. Mountain Beltway

     

    5. Earthly Musings

     

    6. Rapid Uplift

     

    7. Rockhounding The Rockies

     

     

    Final Thoughts

    I realize that there are many more blogs and websites out there, but these are the ones that I have found to be the most active. They’re also the ones that I enjoy taking a look at myself, and I hope you will too!

    Do you follow or know of another rockhounding or geology themed blog that should be on this list?  If so, drop me an email or leave a comment below.  I’ll take a look at it and try to get it added.