I Should Have Been A Geologist


From the href="http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/emnrd/parks/cityrocks.htm">City
of Rocks.

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Interesting rock. If you like it, you will love Mexican Hat. (Also see its Wikipedia entry.)

The guy who wrote the first link missed the nearby Goosenecks which are not any where as famous as they should be. I don't my jaw has ever dropped as much as when I drove up to it.

By Michael Hopkins (not verified) on 30 Jul 2006 #permalink