At the Peak of Ancient History (Tony’s Story)

Tony is one of the rocks on a Rock Trek through Europe. This is how his story begins (by Eileen S.).

Tony is a small, smooth, dark blue rock with a red zig-zag pattern. Grumpy, he seemed to have a chip on his shoulder (no pun intended) about being small and some rocks obviously regarded him as a stone. He looked fierce and wary, as though the red patterns were flames that licked upwards and engulfed him – just like a volcano. So Tony was, of course, destined to be placed in Sorrento, on the top of Mount Vesuvius!

Mount Vesuvius (photo courtesy of Pastorius)
When Tony is found, the finder will have climbed over a thousand feet through dark, dusty ash and cinders, to arrive at the most awe-inspiring panoramic view of the Bay of Naples, the island of Capri and the ruined ancient city of Pompeii that lies a thousand feet below, encased in silent, grey volcanic rock.
Ruins of Pompeii (photo courtesy of Morn the Gorn)
Here Tony lies, beside the dark deep crater.  It seems a fitting end to the trek.
… to be continued.

Tony (EU16) was last seen in Sorrento, Italy. Have you seen him or would you like to continue this story? If so, let us know!Tony is part of a group of rocks on a European Rock Trek. Be sure to read how the story begins and the following chronicles of his fellow travelers:

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