Monday, May 22, 2006

Rolling Rock - North Kingstown, RI

by JimP
Above - the, "twin whales," of Rolling Rock in North Kingstown. Along with Queen's Fort, the Town of North Kingstown counts Rolling Rock among its landmarks which, " indicate the strong presence and tradition of Narragansett Indians in Rhode Island."
Below - The outcropping, which is the main focal point of the area, has a huge split in it.
Below - A stone row leads to the outcropping.
Below - Stone rows like this one seem to define the perimeters of the area. It is reminiscent of the walls at the Queen's Fort complex.
Below - A small stone structure built over a spring.

Below - a piece of quartz in a stone row.

2 comments :

pwax said...

What is a rolling rock? And why is this outcrop special?

Unknown said...

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