I’ve been collecting old maps for 30 years.
I’ve been exploring the New England woods for 50 years.
People living in this area have used stone for tools, structures, firepits and ceremonial markers for at least 7,000 years.
Old roads we follow today from city to village to pond are the same routes people in this area have followed for millennia
I took a
couple more shots of the head of the turtle mentioned in a previous post.
seem to edit that post to add these photos, so I’ll do it here.
picture shows the ‘bowl’ indentation on the turtle’s head.
shows the stone ‘tongue’.
In the third
photo I attempt to show a small sapling which has been cut in order to clear
the turtle’s view.Someone did that about
five years ago.This is in the woods,
about ¼ mile from a country road which was for thousands of years a major path
between known villages.
The area continues
to give off a powerful vibe today.