"These mountains are stunning," uttered Croozels, as they wound through the Great Smoky Mountains. "I wonder what kind of rock they are made of."
"This is just a guess," responded Shump, who fancied himself a rockhound, "but I'd say they're comprised of metamorphosed sedimentary rock."
Croozels made a disappointed face.
"What's the matter?" Shump asked.
"Nothing," Croozels trailed off, "I guess I just took them for granite."