Look through photos of freedom rocks across Iowa, from the original site southwest of Des Moines to several across Siouxland.
Artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II heads to his truck before departing the original Freedom Rock site along Highway 25 in Adair County.
Artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II paints the Woodbury County Freedom Rock in Anthon, Iowa, in 2017. The rock is located at the Anthon Community Center on the east side of town.
Artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen paints the Plymouth County Freedom Rock at the Kingsley Community Center in Kingsley, Iowa, in 2017. The Plymouth County Freedom Rock represents his 60th county rock in Iowa.
The Ida County Freedom Rock was kept under a tent shortly after its completion in late June 2017 by artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II. The rock stands just north of Highway 20 at Holstein, Iowa, along the community's "Avenue of Flags" area.
Landscaping and pavers were added to the Sac County Freedom Rock site just east of downtown Sac City, Iowa, in 2017, thanks to a gift from the estate of the late John Criss.
The Cherokee County Freedom Rock is shown Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, outside of the Cherokee County Courthouse in downtown Cherokee, Iowa.
The U.S. flag is featured at the top of the Sioux County Freedom Rock in Hawarden, Iowa.
Marilyn Gath, left, takes a photo of her father, Ernest Gath, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, at the Dickinson County Freedom Rock/Veterans Memorial in Lake Park, Iowa, in 2013. Gath's brother, the late Ed Gath, is depicted in a painting just to the right of the Gold Star.
The Woodbury County Courthouse, located at the southeast corner of Seventh and Douglas streets, opened in 1918. Take a look at the building th…
Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II recently finished painting his 87th rock in Albia, Iowa, which leaves 12 remaining on his tour. Sorensen said he paints as few as 10 and as many as 16 rocks in a year.
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