It was just below the edge, a mammoth monolith-shaped boulder, visible to the whole Petaluma Valley, clinging to the cliff above the rock quarry.
“I’d bet Gary could push it loose.”
An un-resistible challenge. I thought. Couldn’t work – but slid down to try.
Unbelievably, the truck-size rock moved – then broke free.
The howl of crashing shale filled the valley.
Realizing it also kept me from falling, I scrambled up to the edge.
In slow-motion, it gained speed, gouging a trench, screaming destruction throughout the valley before exploding at the bottom.
“That was cool guys, but we should leave – NOW!
Based on a longer captured memory: “The Rock Quarry Adventure“.