Wednesday, July 12, 2006

More piles on the back side of Marble Hill

You can follow the path back from Pompositticut School, to the right, and climb the hill and descend to the other side. Part way down on the left is a very minor collection of wedged rocks and a rock-on-rock:
But later when you turn west to go further down the hill and encounter this outline around a boulder, it gets more interesting:The line of rocks curving around to the front and right of the picture is a continuation of a dirt and stone berm/wall/line that continue on for 30 feet or so on the other side of the boulder.

After that you get down into the gully between the two hills which I reported on
[Click here].

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

4th picture shows a feature similar to boulders with ring of small stones around them mention in "Manitou" on page 57.

Mary Gage