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Wednesday, October 6, 2010Pennsylvania

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I have been meaning to get back to this place and complete the questions. I needed something interesting for my 1600th milestone cache and this place fit the ticket. I am of the opinion that this formation was created during the drain off from the Genesis flood. That is probably not a very popular idea, but open minds are rewarded with pleasant surprises. These rocks still have a few secrets to divulge. I'm pretty sure this stack never saw a dinosaur walk by. Maybe one floated by face down in the water, but no walkers.

Run! It's after me!OK, maybe not, but it seemed like maybe it might have moved... a little...

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