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Glacial Potholes, Shelburne Falls MA

Those of us able to linger just a bit longer walked over to the ancient glacial Pot Holes, a geological wonder. Potholes had been ground out of granite during high water of the glacial age by the whirlpool action of water and gyrating stones of varied sizes. Known in Indian days as “Salmon Falls” these potholes vary in size from 6 inches to 39 feet in diameter, the latter being the worlds’ largest pothole of record.