Cadwell Memorial Forest is in Pelham Mass. Click on the link to see the UMass report that led Bruce to this woods. I have to admit that since I was more or less out of "film"before getting there and because these sites were in the heavy bushes, I was left with less of an impression. I remember mostly low ground piles and a few scenes of beautiful piles underneath the mountain laurels.
These three pictures are from a group of piles deep in the woods. They were all made of broken fragments of a nice smooth grey material like a gneiss. To get to them we parked off Parkerville Rd and walked north along a forest Rd. These were right on the trail and, in fact, this is a mountain laurel woodland and you cannot stray safely from the path so everything we saw was along the trail.
This is one more beauty from in there. I thought this pile was great. It was in a different cluster of piles. Bruce noticed that at each cluster was next to a gully of some sort. He said that everything was about gully's.
But all in all the whirlwind does not leave time for reflection. I was tiring out and it was a long walk. After a while we got back out to the road and the car. Regretfully, I still had 8 pictures left in the camera since I was being so stingey in there. As it turned out there was somewhere else to check and I used those pictures there. I'll save them for tomorrow.