I was digging holes in the yard to plant bamboo when I hit something very hard and big. My two foot wide hole became four feet just to get it out. About the size of a basketball, but was almost impossible to lift. I sprayed it down with water and found some rust colors and assumed it had some iron in it. Magnet proved that assumption, but I was curious as to what type of rock this might be as it has all sorts of interesting markings as well.
BTW...I found another rock [shown above], I'm assuming a part of this one, next to it and included photos of it as well.
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