This is a nice site I found above 1900 feet, on the Northeast side of a mountain in Arctic China State Forest, NY. The creek branch near this site flows down into the West Branch Delaware River.
Standing at something like the corner of the site, this is looking to the left:
Then to the right:
In the background of the first picture is this pile. It reminds me of some of the photos I've seen of piles from the PA area - a bit thinner than most of the piles in this area:
A few more piles on the hill:
Some are stones on boulders. Near the bottom of the site, by a trail, this photo shows two 'stones on boulders' giving a sense of pile-gap-pile.
I like this site because of the randomness of the piles. I've been finding a lot of 'piles in rows' lately and I've heard the argument that piles in rows are colonial fences. There is another site about a quarter of a mile to the east of this site, that is near an old foundation and is a 'piles in rows' site.
I also like this site because some piles have very nice stacking, while others are large, round and not stacked. Others were on boulders. The entire site seems to connect something I've seen somewhere else in a way that I can identify with.