Can you top this?
Heather's rocks, well - rock!
Her collection include stones from as far away as Wyoming, Virginia, Jamaica, San Francisco, Memphis and Montego Bay.
With a little help from friends who travel hither and yon, she hopes, eventually, to own a rock from every continent.
“I’m building my collection for an outdoor garden with rocks from all over the world,” says Heather.
“And - hint, hint - if you leave the state and can manage it, you’re welcome to bring back a stone for me!
“The more I get, the bigger my garden. Call me crazy, but my rocks mean a lot to me.”Got something bigger, wilder or weirder than Heather’s rocks? We want to feature YOU in the St. Charles Herald-Guide.
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