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Round Mountain. Round Mountain was formed by volcanic activity during the Triassic period. The 600 foot high mountain is characterized by gray rocks known as Diabase. This area was once a favored site for logging, because it was too rugged for agricultural use.

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Photographs by Valerie Lykes