This sample is a plutonic rock dominated by mostly anhedral feldspar and a lesser amount of quartz. The crystalline structure is generally coarse. Maximum crystal dimension is 3.5 mm (feldspar) and minimum is .05 mm (quartz). There is a fairly continuous gradation in grain sizes without a clear mode. Feldspar twinning is common and includes Carlsbad, tartan (microcline), and albite. Grain boundaries range from smooth curving to substantially consertal sutured. The latter is particularly common among quartz grain boundaries. Almost all quartz grains present wave extinction. Intergrowth textures include microperthitic involving multiple species of feldspar and granophyric with plagioclase intergrown with quartz. Accessory minerals include biotite, which is common at 5 to 10 percent of slide area. Muscovite is present at less than 5 percent of slide area; opaques also constitute less than 5 percent of slide area. There are only a few instances (basal) of what are likely an orthopyroxene. There are slight signs of insipient weathering of feldspars with many grains presenting a dusty look. What is likely sericite is present in small patches (~30 µm) on some feldspar grains.