This Roadside Attraction In Vermont Is Fascinatingly Rare And Downright Baffling

According to Wikipedia, petroglyphs are “images created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, or abrading, as a form of Rock Art.” Sure enough, there are petroglyphs in VT and they are awesome, although it’s hard to determine exactly when they were carved or by whom. Let’s take a look at these rare etchings and why their origins have left us a bit perplexed.

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In addition to these petroglyphs in VT, check out what else this historic town in Vermont has to offer!