So in the past year or so I've been checking out a lot of hills and "mountains" in the pines using an atlas and gazetteer. I've been meaning to check out Jemima Mount for a while and had the opportunity on Sunday. Wow, what a neat place. As with most hills and rises in the pines usually things are gradual at first and then there is a final "steep" accent to the top. Apple Pie Hill is a great example of this. But to my surprise Jemima just pokes itself right out of the earth and almost resembles a small Mayan temple. It only has an elevation at about 101 feet above sea level, but seeing it just jut almost straight up from the ground was really neat looking. It really only looked like about 45+/- feet above the level of the ground though. Jemima is about, from what it looked like, a 3 hill chain that winds it's way into the west / north west direction. It has been ridden heavily by 4X4's and is fairly washed out in some places. There was also a circular 2' concrete base of some sort at the top that could have been who knows what. I took a motorcycle there (from Mount) , but driving there with a truck looked to be a bit of a challenge with all the rain we've had. The hill seemed to be mostly heavy gravel that was from gray to orange, so I'm guessing this is the remains of a glacial erratic. I'll be posting some pics shortly.