Sunday, August 31, 2008

Hammonassett Three

Above: Rankin Weir at Hammonassett

I didn't plan this out or anything, but by coincidence I ended up taking a daytrip, as promised a month ago, to Hammonassett yesterday because I worked a double shift yesterday, filling in for another staff member. I had heard about a stone weir visible at the end of a trail there from Dr. Rankin and found I could see it in the distance, but couldn't walk to it.

And as I walked back to the parking lot, I noticed the split boulder, something I would have walked right by thinking it was "natural" but now think of as intentional, thanks to RockPiles...

1 comment :

Tim MacSweeney said...

There is a stone "wedge' in that big boulder that sits on the glacial morraine at the eastern end of Hammonassett State Beach