Well there are still 9-12 inches of slush on the ground. After rain and fog, the ~18 inches of snowcover has been significantly reduced. I was hoping maybe tomorrow I could get out and look around. Yesterday I went out and got quickly tired of punching through the crust every four or five steps. But I do think that rocks and such have begun to emerge from the snow and are visible if you can get out to them.
Update: I was wrong on both counts. The snow has still not consolidated enough to walk on the crust and, making the effort to get to one site I know nearby, I could not see any reasonable visual evidence that there were rock piles there.