How a rock island from the 1980s will be auctioned off at a San Juan auction
SAN JUAN (AP) One of the most iconic rocks in San Juan, known as the Total Drama Island, is on the market for $6.7 million at an auction starting Monday.
It’s the biggest rock sold at auction since a 1989 auction, when a couple of friends bought it for $5 million.
It was the most expensive rock ever sold at the auction house, and it is one of the largest pieces of rock in the country.
It is also the only rock in San Diego County that is on public display.
There are several different versions of the rock, which dates to the 1930s, said Michael Paz of the San Diego-based National Park Service, which owns the land and operates the auction.
It could be anywhere from 3,000 years old to 2,500 years old, he said.
It may be a classic rock, but it’s also one of San Diego’s more popular destinations, Paz said.
The island was created in 1938 as a base for the U.S. Navy, and tourists came here to climb and enjoy the rugged cliffs.
There’s also a popular beach on the island, Pizzas said.
There’s also this rock out here called the Big Bang Rock, which is on top of a cliff that is more than 5,000 feet high.
People have been climbing this rock since the 1800s, and the rocks were not really considered rock,” Paz explained.
It’s still considered rock, and that’s what we’re going to see in the auction, he added.
It won’t be the first time a rock has been auctioned.
In the 1980 and 1990, two rock auctions went through at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s San Juan Island Historical Park.
In 1998, another auction went through, with the first rock sold for $2.7 billion.
There is no guarantee that the rock will be worth the price, Piz said.
It may be worth a lot more than the value of the property.