We drove up early to Marblehead to catch the Kelley's Island Ferry. We parked in the lot and were the last ones to hop on. They even held the boat for us as we ran down the walkway.
Our next stop was the glacier grooves. The largest and best grooves in the world. There used to be more but they were tore up when they began quarrying stone on the island and this little section was all that was left.
We stopped for a good view of the petroglyph rock.
One of the carvings reminded me of an alien. Most of the carvings have been eroded away over time and are not very clear. A link for more information on Inscription rock.
We made our way back to the ferry dock, got cold drinks, some ice cream and then rode back to reality.
|Perry's Monument on South Bass Island.|