Why do they call it the BLUE Mountain? ON, Canada

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bryansmith on December 31, 2009

You'd have to wonder with colours like these, but it likely has to do with what's in the ground, not above it. The hills are named for the grey-blue clay common in the area - a clay that was used to make Blue Mountain Pottery.

I haven't lived in Grey County for a good 20 years now, but I still love the scenery. Good catch.

Greetings from Saskatchewan

Bryan

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