Yes, it’s called the Mexican Hat Rock, and it’s located on Highway 163 or 191 heading north straight up Utah…or you could head south back down to the bottom of the state–totally up to you…free to do as you please, Louise.
Lots of fun to visualize this whole area being under water some millions of years ago and contemplate the friction of the water slowly etching this particular rock into this particular shape…then life develops…then humanoid life develops…continents are formed…water recedes…tribes are formed, then larger groups, then borders are drawn and nations are formed…finally a nation called “Mexico” is formed…they make hats of a certain shape…other nations notice this, and BOOM some genius names this rock formation the Mexican Hat Rock. Gotta call it somethin’, right? Right. . .funny…silly human race.
And now we jump back in our car and head on down the road excited by what we will see next…roadtrippin’ is fun–jaaa!!
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It’s lovely out there.