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Jade Cove collecting

Posted by Mike Keim  
Mike Keim December 07, 2011 05:05AM
I'm heading down the central California coast and thinking of stopping along the way to look for Jade at Jade Cove or other spots. Anyone have an advice or ideas? I will not be SCUBA diving for large boulders, just stopping briefly to poke around.

Fred A. Schuster December 10, 2011 04:21AM
I stopped there once on a road trip a couple of years back. I found interesting rounded green serpentinite like rocks but no jade. Nice place. I would not want to play with the waves or currents by scuba diving though.
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