Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Glacial Grooves on Kelleys Island

These glacial grooves are really interesting - this is only a small bit of them. They're deep, and except for a little recent weathering they look as if they were machined. They were created by rocks that glaciers dragged across limestone.
Note that this island is bounded by both the United States and Canada.

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