The Walker Shell Bed
This was found by standing on a knee high rock shelf up James Walker Creek somewhere, looking down were a armload of spear like rocks but upon closer inspection were a form of coral. From here a 40 square foot section only, has rock channels on sidewalk slab, littered in various species of shells. Even in the crevasses of the flat limestone are shells galore. They are very solid and cemented in well, not wanting to let go: keep it that way if you happen to stumble upon it.
I will give no details other than its up James Walker valley; unless you are an accredited scientist or someone of university-esque stature please do not email me asking “Where is this?” I won’t answer.
Then Dr. Paul A. Johnston of Mount Royal was able to help fill in some of the details here, thank you Paul for lending your expertise to my website! Here is what Paul told me…..