Rock Art spreads across the region and Shoreline Rocks too

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Shoreline Rocks Facebook page
By Maryn Wynne

KUOW just featured a story about Mercer Island Rocks, inspired by Whidbey Island Rocks, and originated by Port Angeles Rocks.

Thinking that Shoreline Rocks too, a quick search shows that there is a newly created Facebook page. Click the link to join this page and participate in the fun.

This activity may inspire the artist or the explorer in you and is a great activity for the whole family.

The idea is to decorate rocks and hide them for neighbors to find. You can give location hints on the Facebook page. Just as fun is the hunt for and finding a tiny work of art.

This rock was found in Hamlin Park on Sept 13th and was rehidden in the park.

The finder photographed and posted the find on the Shoreline Rocks Facebook page.

Here are some tips on decorating, hiding and finding rocks:
  • Join the Shoreline Rocks Facebook page
  • Acrylic paint and paint pens are best for painting.
  • Use a spray paint clear coat over your rocks to keep them more weather resistant. 
  • Label the back of the rock Shoreline Rocks on FB
  • Keep the content respectful
  • Don’t hide them on private property
  • Post hints on the Facebook page to help lead people to where you hid them.
  • Most importantly, have FUN! Make memories with your kids, family and community.


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