It was no exaggeration for historian Walter Prescott Webb to describe the Big Bend region as "an earthwreck in which a great section of country was shaken down, turned over, blown up, and set on fire." In short, there is ample evidence of millions of years of dramatic geological activity, with the craggiest of mountains to rocks of all kinds, from mammoth piles of boulders to pebbles. In this interview with Paul Graybeal, owner of Marfa's magnet for rock hounds, learn about agates, thundereggs, and more.
Related links to surf:
The etsy.com video, "There's No Place Like Here: Marfa, Texas"
in which Graybeal makes a brief appearance.
About the Marfa Mondays Podcasting Project:
On flybigbend's YouTube channel:Flying over La Junta
Flying over El Solitario