Chocolate Hole Rocks

chocolate hole rockThe reddish-colored rocks found in the vicinity of Chocolate Hole appear to be made of compressed sand. Often used in native stone walls, they break apart more easily than the harder volcanic rocks found in most other parts of the island.

Dan Boyd let us know that the white rock is called Marl from which gypsum and cement is made.

St. John Events

Broadway comes to St. JohnSt. John School of the Arts presents Motown Madness Angels Dinner & Premier tonight at 6:00

St. John Live Music Schedule

Saturday 1/31

Beach Bar
Joe Moorhead Band
9:00
340-777-4220

Cruz Bay Landing
Erin Hart
6:00-9:00
340-776-6908

Shipwreck Landing
Chris Klein and the Boulevards
6:30-9:30
340-693-5640

Skinny Legs
Chris Carsel & Friends
6:00-9:00
340-779-4982

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One thought on “Chocolate Hole Rocks”

  1. These rocks might look younger but they are actually part of the Water Island formation which contains the oldest rocks in this area. Supposedly formed at great depth underwater.
    Maria Bluff and the NW point of Devers Bay have some great examples.
    Great to see Jacob, he’s almost all grown up. I see a lot of Habiba in him.

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