Thursday, October 26, 2006

Serpentine stone walls, cairns, and intricate stone piles, recently found in Nova Scotia, look similar to those in various areas of New England and have been confirmed as Native American in origin by several American geologists working with the same sort of stone features. Discovered on a southwest facing wooded hillside, the location of the site is not currently being disclosed to the public in order to protect it from damage. A small group of amateur conservationists has begun measuring and documenting the size and details of this large area covering as yet an undetermined number of acres. I plan to post a series of photos of individual features found at this extraordinary site.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Stone cairns on stone walls
Serpentine stone wall and stone pile on wall.
Very large rock with an outline of a craved section near a dried up creek bed.
Small egg like stone placed inside the stone pile
Stone pile on a stone wall