Frog Rock lives on Bainbridge Island, WA. He usually hangs with his best friend, Ladybug.
According to Wikipedia, "Frog Rock is glacial erratic on Bainbridge Island, Washington. The frog shape is made of two stacked granite boulders, painted by a pair of local residents to resemble a frog on June 6, 1971. The pair of boulders were reportedly once a single boulder which was dynamited in the 1950s or earlier, in order to remove it from a road right-of-way. After the dynamiting, the rock was known as "Split Rock". The rock is locally famous, known to be a humorous historic marker, and a notable visitor attraction. It is used by bicyclists as a regrouping point."
14607 Phelps Rd NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
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