Posted by: magmatist | September 6, 2015

Displaying this website on a mobile device

I don’t have a smart phone. If you do, this website may not display well on yours. You can fix that. Bring up this page on your device, and scroll all the way to the bottom. There will be an option to ‘display full website’ or something to that effect. Tap that, and voila, the website will look like it is designed to on a desktop, with all the tabs. Much easier to find your way around. OK, so maybe I’m just a troglodyte [thanks to Spiro T. Agnew for popularizing that wonderful word back in the 1970s] and everyone knows how to do this. But I suspect some folks don’t because they have mentioned this to me. Give it a try.

Your semi-luddite friend.


GUWW coverGEOLOGY UNDERFOOT IN WESTERN WASHINGTON NEWS: If you don’t follow my North West Geology Field Trips website you haven’t heard about some upcoming talks I’m giving about my book, Geology Underfoot in Western Washington. Cruise on over to  and check it out.



  1. Hi Dave, I bought your book and have already read it cover to cover. It is so clear and has enough detail to be genuinely informative. I grew up in Olympia but only heard of mima mounds a couple months back. I read your vignette on them as I was passing through Tumwater two weeks ago. They are curious and very strange indeed. I would like to have taken some time studying the little bumps. Thanks for writing such a great book! Bob Carter (FossilsFriend)

    • Hey Bob,
      Glad you like the book, and thanks for writing. Maybe YOU can figure out what caused the Mima Mounds. Perhaps I should start an online poll among readers…

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