According to Kennewick school district officials, the huge boulder was moved to a location behind the school so it would be more accessible to students and athletic facilities. But is that the real reason? Even from a Google Earth photo, the colors on the rock at that time are still very visible.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has teamed up with Seattle Seahawks Tight End Luke Willson to promote the diverse landscapes and activities of Washington's beautiful state parks...
OK, one of our folks, Iceman from 97Rock, got a little excited and was channeling his inner Top Gun. That explains his "ghost rider pattern is full" and "Maverick, engage!" outbursts. But it was pretty cool around midday Friday.
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