Fossilized Millennium Falcon?
No, not really.
The city of Round Rock, Texas (just north of Austin) gets its name from this historic landmark in Brushy Creek: the Round Rock. It marked an important low water crossing for Native Americans, early settlers, and cowboys on the Chisholm Trail, which crossed Brushy Creek at this point.
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