Rocks and potatoes


A peek at quarry equipment off Cays Road. Receding glaciers in this region left ample deposits of rocks in their wakes. Local gardeners are familiar these deposits. They’re often called “Sequim potatoes” with varying degrees of affection.

4 thoughts on “Rocks and potatoes”

  1. Looks like mass confusion. I would guess the rocks are used in building roads and structures. We have a lot of rock underground here – a mix of limestone and shells – which is used to build homes and as decorations.

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