Friday, February 05, 2010

Robert Buchanan writes:

Last weekend I took a quick and very cold trip into the Moneyhole Mountain area of Fahnestock State Park. I goal was to explore a broken rectangular stone row array which was about 200m east of the spectacular wall I had found earlier in the winter.

The stone row rectangle was interesting in its position and isolation but not in its construction.

The highlight of the trip however was a discovery I made on the drive home. Instead of taking the usual road exit to the east of the area, I took the scenic route to the west and came across a nice perched boulder right beside the road.

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