Took a trip to the island of Islesboro, Maine earlier this month to hang some prints in the art showing at the Islesboro Historical Society with M.F. Morrison. Of course it took me a while to get inside, because the steps were made from stones and concrete. There was one stone that caught my eye, it seemed to resist weathering considerably more than the other stones around it. I think it resembles Rhyolite, "Kineo Flint" to be exact. If the source is really from Mt. Kineo (Piscataquis County) I am curious to know how it ended up here, over 150 miles from the source, on the island of Islesboro. Did the glaciers deposit this material on the island or was it brought here by man at some point in history? I may never get my answer, but it's mysteries like this that keep my interest, keep me thinking, keep me questioning, and keep me learning.