4 thoughts on “Sunlight Boulders

    1. Thank you, John. Yes, Black Hand Sandstone outcrops at the surface in a narrow region running roughly north/south for 85 miles or so and provides the backdrop for several of Ohio’s parks and recreational areas. It features in Native American stories and a petro -graph/-glyph that was destroyed sometime in the 19th century. In eastern Ohio it dips underground and has a lore all it’s own among water well and oil and gas well drillers who refer to it as “The Big Indian {or Injun)” (formation) for reasons unknown to me. So, it does have an intriguing name and lore.

    1. The Kokosing is a beautiful river. I just read in Wikipedia that it translates roughly into “River of Little Owls” which I think is pretty cool! 🙂

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