One day Dora and I were cruisn’ thru Utah
when we came across a sign painted on the rocks
A hole in rocks! I’ve always wanted to see that.
(I was hoping n” meant “in”)
We were super bummed to find the gate locked, so Dora tried to squeeze through it.
She stopped trying once we noticed the attack dog sign.
We’re both pretty stubborn, so we went over to the neighbor’s house to see if they’d let us in.
Sure enough, he did!
Before taking us to see the hole, he showed us the main attractions.
like a fantastic home
which was actually a double-wide
The double-wide was owned by the scariest golfer man I’ve ever met
He was kind of a paranoid fella.
I could understand a guard dog, but guard lions seemed a little unnecessary.
The general store was the next place the neighbor took us
I was about to ask if I could rent this awesome Flinstones-style jeep to go mudd’n with
when I realized its iron tires would probably bend
Now I knew why the attack dog had never bothered us
He was too preoccupied with the biggest dog bone on the planet.
Speaking of pets, this place also had a petting zoo!
(crazy ones that like to hang out in cactus bushes!)
and even birds, although I only saw evidence of them
This place also sold pottery
and had a trailer park inside the rock
Oh, and an FDR memorial.
The neighbor finally took us to the Hole N” The Rock.
A freak’n souvenier shop inside of a rock.
That was the main attraction.
Dora and I left Hole N’ The Rock super disappointed. So we just drove
until we came across A HOLE IN THE ROCK!!!!
Most successful day finding a hole n” a rock on Summer Tour 2009 EVER!!!!