Granada, Colorado: Flagpole with Rocks from Each State (Gone)

Not actually part of the pole, the rocks appear to have been stuck into its still-wet concrete base.
Directions:
US Hwy 50, corner of Goff and Irvin streets, downtown Granada.
Hours:
Oct 2012: Reported gone.
Admission:
Free.
Status:
Gone

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Flag pole base with rocks from every state.

Flagpole with Rocks from Each State

Flagpole base marked 1976 contains rocks from every state in the union, some cryptically marked. Get all of your roadside geology in one place!

[Steve Archer, 07/26/2008]

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