Johnny, Rob, Jeb, Jason, Jessica, my wife Trinity and I hiked up 2.2 miles to Romero pools on the 28th of April. Within this hike we encountered world class geology including seeing folding, faulting, and variation of rock types from red beds to granites on the trail. In the cove of Romero pools we were surrounded by Mylonite and in the water we were able to scoop hand fulls of sediment to see small garnets of ruby and citrine. For most that go to Romero pools it is just swimming and jumping, but for Geologists its cliff jumping off of beautiful Mylonite into ruby filled waters. If you’d like to come with us next time, let us know!