Sunday, March 12, 2006

Snake Meadow Hill - site 2

Down in the valley of Snake Meadow Brook, it widens out into a marsh and pond. On the verge of this pond was another cluster of rock piles. These were mostly oval and low to the ground:
I guess you know what I think these are and the less said the better.

Separating the hill from the verge of the pond, was a complex of substantial stone walls. They seemed to form a triangle around a water break-out zone. Here we are looking back towards the hill and the walls. In the foreground is an interesting elongated rock pile. Similar to the low oval ones and obviously part of the same site. The large rock on the left end of the pile is a bit like a "head".
Another interesting little site.

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