A Really Big Shoe…
On the hike up to Long’s Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park I encountered an interesting natural artifact on top of one of the peaks. It sits on the south side of Long’s Peak about half way up the gulley that leads to the ledge along the east side.
The rock looks like a giant shoe and it sits on top of a peak at an elevation of about 13,500 feet. It is amazingly balanced on top of the peak like a natural sculpture placed by a hand much larger than any human you could imagine.
I am wondering what happens when the shoe drops?
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