ROWLAND HEIGHTS (CBS) — A giant rock is on a roll as it continues its long journey to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

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The 340-ton boulder — that’s 1.2 million pounds to be precise — is currently parked across the street from the Pathfinder Community Regional Park in Rowland Heights through Sunday.

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On Friday night, the rock made its way through Chino Hills.

You can track the boulder’s progress on LACMA’s website.

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