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I just received this in an email and thought some here might enjoy. Pretty impressive.




I'm told that there is a huge rock near a gravel pit on Hwy.25 in rural Iowa.

For generations, kids have painted slogans, names, and obscenities on this rock, changing its character many times.



A few months back, the rock received its latest paint job, and since then it has been left completely undisturbed.



It's quite an impressive sight.



Be sure to scrolldown and check out the multiple photos. (all angles) of the rock.


I thought the flag was draped over the rock, but it's not. It's actually painted on the rock too.










Here's the artist



Ray "Bubba" Sorensen.







Thank you!




"God Bless America "





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wow, very neat. Sadly, it will be vandalized some day. Didn't we just have some incident in our own country where some people "relieved" themselves on a war memorial (or something similar, I forget the exact details). Nothing is sacred these days, not even honouring those who lost their lives for peoples' freedom.

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Nice job by Mr. Sorensen. A great tribute to the boots on the ground. Peace and freedom will prevail.

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agree with rizzo ,probably will be tarnished by ignorance. great artwork and patriotic heart.

hope this remains unblemished , it says so much to those and their families in the forces .

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