The State Will Reroute Highway 145 Around A Huge Boulder

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".

Scott Rusk


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