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Pierce Park rock

All the rocks fit to post (that get photographed, anyway)!

110 Photos

Click here for a look at the rock BEFORE paint!

Today's Pierce Park rock Did we miss a rock? Do you have favorite rocks from the past that you’d like to see in this gallery? Submit your own photo! Here’s how to do it: Just send us your photo! That’s it! I’ll post it when I get a chance.



7 Responses to “Pierce Park rock gallery”

  1. S Bauer says:

    Heather – from the artwork on the rock from a couple days ago regarding whether Humpty Dumpty was really an egg, I would say the “Sing”/Bird rock was painted by the same artist.

  2. Leslie says:

    Heather – I know who painted the Sing rock! That was one of my favorites, too. I’m sure she has a photo of it, so I’ll be sure to have her contact you.

    One of my other favorites over the years was when the rock was painted completely gray, and someone had written “Now I’m just a rock again.”

  3. Julia Trobaugh says:

    can anyone paint it? Do you need permission? my kids have wanted to do it forever!

  4. Lisa Allmendinger says:

    Yes, Julia, anyone can paint the rock. And, please feel free to send me a photo of the finished product if you and your kids decide to make a project of it. The rock is a fun message board for the community.

  5. ken lake says:

    Any idea how many coats of paint that thing has on it?

  6. Lisa Allmendinger says:

    I wouldn’t venture a guess, but perhaps readers might like to take a shot at it.

  7. Jackie Fairbanks says:

    Who are the lady and child in front of what looks like the beginning of the ‘rock’? When was that taken and what is the history of how we inherited it. It’s lovely, brightens a day even when it’s raining, snowing, sleeting….we always have…’the rock’.

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