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Highway 29 - Llano to Mason - Mile 14.8
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Llano, TX US
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Location Type: Public Access
Details: This is a mark of significance on Highway 29 from Llano to Mason, Texas according to this website. It usually denotes exposure of rock naturally in outcrop, in a creek, or by road cut. The host rock maybe mentioned, but the minerals are not. Blue topaz is a targeted gem in this area. This location is described as "outcrop on right ". Check out the website for more details.
Directions: Starting from the junction of highway 29, 16, and 71 in Llano going west to Mason on 29. Check out this website for more of a description. I have estimated the GPS coordinates based on my best guess looking at Google Earth.
GPS Coordinates (lat,long): ( 3044'30.70"N, 9855'0.71"W)
or (30.741861, -98.916863)
Google Map: (The GPS marker is intended to be approximate or best guess.)
Follow this Link to Get Google's Directions
Reference Info: http://geology.uprm.edu/Morelock/29Mas.htm
Tags: llano to mason texas highway 29 blue topaz outcrop


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