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
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Monday, April 1, 2013
Stone row, terminating at a swamp and a “hook”.
stone rows like this written up in other blogs.
North/South, one end meets a swamp and the other end makes a tight turn to the
west.The “hook” is at the south end. No
other stone rows intersect it.