posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 11:07 AM
reply to post by maryhinge
I've taken the kids up there a few times, at least once a year. Its a great cheap day trip taht costs nothing but the cost of gas to get there. Just
remember to bring enough hammers to go around. One time, when we were leaving, we passed a family who saw us carrying our hammers and I heard the
father say "Oh s***, we forgot to bring any hammers". I felt sorry for them, I hope they found something to bang the rocks with.
I keep a few cheap hammers in my truck at all times in case we decide to head up there someday. Its only an hour from our house.
Its doesn't seem creepy there and I think the reason the animals stay off is because the rocks attract heat and there's nothing for them to eat out
there. There are some pretty big black spiders crawling around all over them though.
I never knew about the magnetic or radio interference before. I'll have to check that out next time we go. Its too bad they say they loose the
ringing after removed. I've actually thought about bringing one home if I could find one small enough but, most of the ringers are huge boulders.
If you ever get a chance, it is a fun little trip but, bring something to drink if its hot out because those rocks will roast you if you're not