Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Finger Rock



When you travel on the Arizona highways through the desert, you get a feeling that the many cacti are flipping you the bird. On Arizona Hwy 68 near Union Pass and Kingman is a curious rock formation known as “Finger Rock”.  As you glance up on the mountains along the roadside, you will notice this oddity looks to be giving you an obscene gesture. People driving east from Laughlin swear the rock formation is giving them the “one finger salute”. The nearby town’s folks enjoy their little foul stone configuration and bestowed the name “Finger Rock” upon it. Taking into account what the rock appears to be doing that is a nicer moniker to give it.

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