Sculptured Rocks State Park
The small gorge through which the Cockermouth River flows at this place was shaped about 12,000 years ago at the end of the Great Ice Age. Rock debris, silt and sand carried in the melt waters were trapped and tumbled against the granite bedrock to carve the deep curves and potholes we see today.
This is a post card from a bygone era (not as bygone as the ice age).
Sculptured Rocks Farm
On the banks of the Cockermouth River
363 Sculptured Rocks Road
Groton, New Hampshire 03241
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