This is about rock piles and stone mound sites in New England. A balance is needed between keeping them secret and making them public. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org
These mounds look old to me. They also look like vandalized graves (to me). One quite interesting thing is the smaller cairns built on top of the mounds - presumably more recent additions. The narrator calls the "devotional" which seems apt.
That site's a real beauty.
To me, the cairns are old and are similar to the ones I saw in Woodstock, NY, earlier this year.Norman
It does seem quite similar to both Mt.Pisgah and Queen's Fort-- and yes, the serpentine wall and clusters of cairns with cobbles of quartzite seems very similar to the Woodstock cairns. Many of these are situated on boulders. Next summer I would be interested in swapping cairn tours.
Please check out the slide show link at ASHnews.org for the Woodstock, NY cairn site.http://ashnews.org/CaliforniaQuarry.aspx
Fascinating stuff, cliffrover! Nest time we're up there on vacation, I may have to look you up.
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