13"W - 17"H - 6"D
This ( 13"W - 17"H - 6"D ) rock has a cocoa nut cup, full of Glased Rock Holes mounted on
a drift root, with a few lucky rocks watching to see that they are enjoyed.
Webster claims a hole is an opening into or through something. Eatable Donut Holes
really don't exist. Rock Holes don't either, but whole rocks do exist along with Rock Holes.
The signs read:
Glazed, Non-sugar coated, assorted Rock Holes.
Rock Holes started the Doughnut Hole craze.
Today hole-less donuts, are called Donut Holes.
These are Rock Holes or are they Whole Rocks?
A close up view of Rock Holes