Saturday, May 2, 2009
The Photo Hunters Scavenger Hunt was started by tnchick, and anyone can play along.
These people are walking over the enormous rocks and enjoying one of the first warm and sunny days of this spring. About 20,000 years ago, this area was covered by glaciers. These eventually melted and shifted, and in doing so, they scraped away huge amounts of rock, vegetation and topsoil. What you see here is granite bedrock, scarred and scraped. The marks, which are still very much in evidence today, were left behind by the melting ice fields.
That's very impressive, but I prefer 'walking' to the kitchen. Far more exciting, to me anyway.
For once I agree with you, Moe. I sure do appreciate my comforts, and I'll leave walking on the rocks to those brave souls in the picture.
I am amazed that our 'beans actually went there to get that picture. Sure isn't my thing though, much too far from the food room.
Have a great weekend everyone!