Tuesday, April 26, 2016

East of Lake Whitehall (again)

Previous stories here, especially this one. There are good sized conservation lands east of the lake and I went to the northernmost part, finally finding a "marker pile" site at the blue outline.
This has several typical features I won't point out, but note the way the water is at the low point and center of the site. We enter:
At the bottom, at that moment when you realize it is a rock pile site:
And the way the piles cross the slope above:
 The "money" shot:
Nice individual piles:
Here are 4 in a curved "row". The water is downhill to the left.
This is similar to the site I reported recently from Princeton, where the piles also were  clustered above a small spot of water. One more detail of the water:

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