Of the five rocks with designs on them, the rock closest to the Scanlon park and ride has an "axe and log"Â on two sides. The log consists of about three-fourths of a circular cross section and two pieces of about one-eighth each of a circular cross section. The design is a reminder that theÂ historic railroad was built for the logging industry. The design was incised into the southwest side of the rock and is in relief on the northeast side of the rock. The rock is about 10,014 feet from the County Road 3 bollard and about 285 feet from the Scanlon park and ride bollard. It is about 11 feet east of the trail center. This rock was donated by the city of Cloquet and before it was selected for the trail, it resided at Pine Valley park. During the process of adding the "axe and log" to the rock, great care was taken to preserve the moss on what has become the "incised" side of the rock. The moss appears to be doing fine in its new location and it helps with the "old" look that was sought.