Tuesday, July 24, 2007
I’ve pulled rocks and stones out of various bodies of water. It is a very summer activity, a good way to avoid heat and swarming skeeters. Last week we learned about the Elvis rock collected in Colorado, and now this week, from Lexington County in South Carolina, news of a Virgin Mary rock. According to WLTX in Columbia, South Carolina, Linda Owens found this rock during her vacation. According to the report, Owens spotted a face and it was other gawkers that saw Mary. Owens claims that “the USC archeology department says it's not painted on, it's just nature.” A transcendentalist would be proud!