The most remarkable two-thousand sixteen discovery of this piece at the then open and rather well-traveled Glen Onoko Falls in Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania has left a wake of curiosity one-thousand miles wide, all from the Wee Baby Lion one inch tall, one and an eighth inches wife from nose to mane, and one-quarter inch wide looking eye to eye.
Who, what, where, when and why?
The rather ingenious observation of freestanding surface quartz, Aye Aye, that one a kind amongst a sea of quartz pieces approximately sized that caught the eye of eye, Aye Aye, because indeed a lion had crossed the path, the Norse perhaps, rudimentary chess, no notes to begin, only speculation to end, whereby while in the vicinity of Mauch Chunk, Hidden Valley, artifacts of the highest peculiarity will invariably be found.
Random sampling of similarly colored surface quartz acquired from along the banks of Lehigh’s River on or about last week exhibited hereupon to demonstrate what bits of surface quartz look on average, do not doubt the Wee Baby Lion’s authenticity, have a glimpse,
The features of a face, the mane of a lion, perhaps the Lion of Judah, Lehigh himself.