Posted: July 2, 2012 in Weird things


I seriously don’t have a clue what it might be. Ain’t that great?

  1. kortoso says:

    Whilst wandering in my favorite semi-wilderness, I glimpsed this expanse of primeval bedrock, exposed to the elements. Upon its grey face, were deep scratches, parallel yet irregular.

    If the marks were all parallel, going in the same direction, I would attribute this to the action of antediluvian glaciers. But at least two separate sets of ridges ran at differing angles.

    The scratches were not regular enough to have been caused by any modern machinery.

    It is known, that the local indigenes, known as the Ohlone, did create hollows in the bedrock for grinding acorns from the nearby woods. But this was no grinding slab. There were no hollows which might receive the fruits of the oak tree.

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