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They are not too far apart...about 30 or 40 miles from Hallstead, and they are north/south of each other. Don mentioned that the Ludlow Creek cairns were built in a "spiral" fashion. One of them has a standing stone placed firmly in the top. The DEC officer called it a "sundial", Don said. However, Don also cautioned that it could not be a sundial because the thin edge was not north/south (it is more like east/west).
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