This is Rock # 2. He woke up grumpy when we tried to nudge him out of his hole. We made a little slope to help him out and got a really big strap, and decided to see just how big he was. Turns out he was hiding some weight under there. Also, I think, some claws that he used to dig into the ground and hang on.
It's hard to tell from the pictures, but this guy is bigger than Rock # 1. We tried to move him - a brief video is below.
The stubborn little bugger stuck his nose in the dirt and refused to move. I don't think my truck would have been up to the task anyway, seeing how hard it was just to tip his rear end out of the dirt. This calls for heavy equipment. And of course, I've decided he would look best in the front yard, which is at least 400 feet away. For now, he's going to have to look good right where he is. I still have to figure out how to flip Rock # 1.
Also, I have a novella to write before Nov. 1st.