Many years ago, one could drive the country roads east of Norman, and if eagle eyed, watching the drainage ditches or cuts alongside the roads, find something local called Rose Rocks. These are a red sandstone pebble of some size, some of them quite large actually, like a conglomeration of several smaller rocks, looking sort of like a bouquet. They are "petaled" like a rose, hence the name.
I got quite good at "feeling" what was a good spot to stop, get out, and look through the rock rubble and find these beautiful stones. I don't know anyplace else in the world where they exist. They sort of seemed unique to Cleveland County, Oklahoma, of which Norman, Oklahoma, is the county seat.
I moved away in the late 1970s with only a few visits back since then, and none roaming around looking for the rocks. I'd be interested in knowing whether anyone else can tell me if they are still even known about or if it is possible to find them still.