Monday, October 01, 2007

Down along Danforth Brook - Bolton, MA

I was going to explore the Barret's Hill Land in Bolton and, parking near a headwater of Danforth Brook, I first walked down along the side of the brook, in the woods behind the houses. After all, this is Bolton where it would be surprising not to find something. And there were a couple of supported rock piles looking out over the shallow valley of the brook: There was also a low extended tumble of rocks, that did not look particularly ceremonial. The brook is to the right. In these pictures we brook north south and we are on the west side.

Another little feature: four rocks in a row heading downhill towards the wetland (the fourth is in the sunlight to the upper right in the picture):

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