When I hide one of my Peace Rocks at a camp site it is my way of saying to the finder, "Lighten Up" and "Pass It Along." 

The back of the rock has the name "Gypsy Boho" and the number of the rock and the date it was placed. My Peace Rocks are fun to make and am curious to see if anyone will contact me when they find one. I'm easy to find if you Google "Gypsy Boho" or "Peace Rocks."

I also collect a bit of sand (if on a beach) or (dirt or leaf) in a jar that I label. So I guess you could say that I take something and I leave something.

And remember, peace really does rock!

Imagine all the people living life in Peace...you may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one...I hope someday you will join us and the world will be as one.
~ John Lennon

Peace Rocks #1 - 4

Peace Rocks #5 through #22

Peace Rocks #23 to #39


  1. I'd like to know more about you and Peace Rocks and why you do what you do... could we connect over email? my email address is priyeshaknair@gmail.com

  2. My grandson found your peace rock at Sam Houston Jones State Park,very cool. We also travel in a MH and our plans are to place your rock at a park on one of our travels. We will add our names and date when we leave it. Hopefully they will get on your site and let you know what they plan on doing with it.

    Char, Ed and Justin Lafayette, La

  3. Hi Char... That's so cool that you found my Peace Rock, and especially that you are passing it along. Sorry I'm just now getting to read your post but I didn't receive any notification that you had posted. Not sure why. Thanks for letting me know.