When faced with a rock-hard situation, Colorado transportation officials decided to, literally, side-step the problem instead of taking it head on.
A May 24 rockslide over in Dolores left a boulder the size of a house right in the middle of highway 145.
According to the Governor, they'll save $200,000 by not blasting it and instead rerouting the road right by.
They also hope it'll become an 8.5 million pound tourist attraction. It will be called, "Memorial Rock".