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July 10, 2017

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Hey Y’all,

 

Last week I took my family out on a very specific mission. We were going to find the most famous rock in America. Dragging and screaming, my kids and wife were subjected to a torturous journey across America. And now thanks to the power of the internet, you are welcome to follow along.

 

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“Are you the most famous rock in America?”

“No! I am a broken piece of concrete.”

 

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“Are you the most famous rock in America?”

“No! I am a skate, but you can touch me if you want, big boy. All the cool kids do it.”

“Uh..I think I am in the wrong place…I have to go!”

 

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“Are you the most famous rock in America?”

“No! We are just pebbles.”

 

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“Do you know the most famous rock in America?”

“Not in the Biblical sense. I am a Lady. Stop looking up my dress; you pervert!”

 

 

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“Hey Betty Clucker, do you know the most famous rock in America?”

“Yes! It but only the pure in heart will find it. You don’t have a chance.”

 

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“Are you the most famous rock in America?”

“No! I am just a bell that never gets to ring.”

 

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“Do you know the most famous rock in America?”

“No! But I love tea parties.”

 

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“Are you guys the most famous rocks in America?”

“No! But we see old dead people.”

 

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“Uh…yea…never mind…”

 

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“Do you know where the most famous rock in America lives?”

“No! But I love the new Stone Sour Album. Hydograd ROCKS!”

 

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“Do you guys know where the most famous rock in America lives?”

“Dude, seriously? We are as sharp as a brick wall.”

 

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“Do you guys know the most famous rock in America?”

“Wrong city, dumb ass.”

 

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“Hey can I get a ride to the right city?”

“If your name isnt Billy Grimes, you can’t afford this. Go find some cheap public transportation.”

 

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“Are you guys the most famous rocks in America?”

“No, but we are relatives. Go ask Reggie around the corner.”

 

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“Oh NO! Those meddling kids just threw Reggie into the water.”

 

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“Can you help me find the most famous rock in America?”

“Yes! Go that way young man.”

 

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“Are you guys the most famous rocks in America?”

“No! We are in rock prison. Follow the stone wall and look down.”

 

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“Keep walking and rock on!”

 

“Now Look Down…”

 

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“Are you the most famous rock in America?”

“YES, how many other rocks have their birthday tattooed on their chest?”

“Holy Cow! You are Three Hundred and Ninety Seven years old.”

“Yep, Contrary to popular belief. I’m in my prime.”

 

 

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“GOAL!!!!!!!!”

 

“Kids I hope you had a great journey and learned something about American History.”

“Dad, next year can we just go to the beach like regular kids?”

“I was thinking about finding the most famous ball of twine in Kansas for the family vacation next year…”

 

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Until next time, keep on rockin!

 

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2 Comments
  1. Rob, we all had a great time on your vacation searching for the most famous rock in america!
    Thank you for the smiles as always.

    • Thanks Karlene,

      It was a great trip. But the kids were really begging for a “normal” beach trip next year, especially when I threw out Yellowstone.

      I was surprised that they didn’t like NYC very much. I thought they would really want to go back but not so much. I guess my wife and I will go back next time alone and have much more fun.

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