In a perfect world, I could post a link to the post about the stone mound with the small turtles and the white quartz hammerstone that is still stained brown at the business end of it, as well as all the stone rows up on that terrace in the upper left of this photo.
In a perfect world I could find the folder with the photos of that stuff and a before photo of this row and the outcrop from a little less than a year ago, but I can't right now.
In a perfect world those machines in the lower right corner wouldn't be able to just destroy that ancient row so thoughtlessly and needlessly and nobody bats an eye or sheds a tear - except for me and you.
Before it became the hamburger and edge of town, I used to play army with a friend in this very spot, site of the first car dealership on Straits Turnpike in Watertown CT...
5 Minutes later: http://rockpiles.blogspot.com/2010/11/volvo-car-lot-edge.html