...this fellow lives there, but had nothing to say about it.
Here's the detail from the site map, my own two centavos added:
When I returned for a second visit, Jacob and I walked on and around it. This somewhere around the top left hand corner of the structure to the left in the site map - and hopefully the photo captures that rounded feeling. One of the other larger structures, a platform mound that was probably an "elite" residence, had rounded corners that Jan said showed perhaps a later time of construction...
(approx. lower left corner, structure to left in site map)
(Above and below: slightly different camera angles)
There were sort of "points" to the outer edge, sometimes like a small circular stack:
Jacob plucked a loom weight from where the tide washes the edge:
It was "solid walking," no rocking when walking around the structure...
...and Jacob's opinion was that the whole thing was carefully constructed:
And I felt it was too:
A link to some info by Dr. S. J. Mazzullo, Department of Geology
at Wichita State University: http://ambergriscaye.com/marcogonzales/