If you look at this natural boulder in the woods of New Boston from the right angle? It's resemblance to a giant frog is undeniable.

You know it's legit if Fritz Wetherbee 'tells you the story' and sure enough, this natural occurring phenomenon got a visit from Mr. Wetherbee long before the days of social distancing guidelines. (You'll see what I mean at 1:25)

There are certain angles at certain times when the light hits this boulder and you don't need to use your imagination to see its perfect resemblance to a ten foot tall amphibian.

Give it time and be patient, part of the magic of this geologic critter is when you finally do see it, and then, if your like me, you won't be able to 'unsee' it.

For those of you that don't have much of an imagination and would like to stay along the Route 16 corridor, I got a much bolder boulder for you!

Madison Boulder in Madison NH stands 27 feet high and is over 80 feet long. Just a little southwest of Conway off Route 113. This was one of my favorite places to go as a kid.

After being pent up in the car for what seemed like an eternity, take a few laps around this giant and you're ready to snooze until you get to Story Land.

For those of you that need to choose which rock to visit? Both Frog Rock and Madison Boulder are around an hour an a half drive from the Seacoast.