Thursday, October 09, 2008
A small site in Hopkinton State Park
I am having a "dry spell". I spent last weekend driving about 70 miles, twice, looking for a decent woods to explore. The first one turned out to have all sand/no rocks and driving extra miles didn't bring me any closer to something noteworthy. The second woods, in southern Hopkinton State Park, turned out to be full of rocks but they were thoroughly quarried and broken up. Finally, on the way home, stopping at an extreme northern part of that park, a small site.This is a view uphill. A split rock is seen in the foreground with rocks piled next to and in the split. In the background, a nicer pile built on a rock with a space underneath the rock:A view from above with the split rock in the background:And a few other outliers, to the left in the first picture above:I do not recognize this as any particular kind of site. Perhaps the "outliers" were slightly lined up with the larger pile.