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Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Three locations in CT from reader Brent C.
The Redding photo is the backside of the cairn forwarded last week. Forgot I took that angle.
The Kent, CT photo is new. I've asked around about it and everyone thinks it's a beehive oven but it looks like a cairn to me. Collapsed in the middle like the Redding one and on a hillside overlooking a stream. Stone walls in the area.
The Sharon pile is new too. There are 3 of them, one to the left of this pile and one higher up the hill. This location is on a western facing slope near a swamp, stone walls in the area.