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Meigs Point Nature Center Artifacts (my photos] Photo from a 2014 Archaeological Survey: https://ahs-inc.biz/legacy/Hammonasset/Hammonsassett%20Ph%20I-II%20report%20draft%20complete.pdf
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I am jonesing for new rock piles like you wouldn't believe. Feeling an urge to get back off the Cape and explore. Sorry for the quiet in the meantime.
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From Norman Muller: Herman Bender, a good friend, sent me this comment about long distance alignment which he posted on the Hanwaken Facebook site. It agrees with my thinking about the matter: https://www.facebook.com/groups/156215703094/
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Rock Piles by Chris Pittman - 1M ago

     In my last post I mentioned that I would be out searching for arrowheads after it rained. As it happened, it rained most of the morning, and I had to work in the afternoon; my only chance of getting out there before anyone else was to get out there while the rain was still coming down. I got soaked, but that's OK. Happiness is no footprints. Also it did stop raining while I was out there so
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Rock Piles by Chris Pittman - 1M ago

     Spring is the best season for arrowheads.      One day I went out after work to a nice sandy place where I have found a lot of chips of quartz and argillite, but very few tools. Conditions on the ground were very good with a lot of fresh exposure. This quartz arrowhead was fun and rewarding to find, and could not have been more obvious or easy to spot.       Nearby, I picked up what I
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Rock Piles by Pwax - 1M ago
Here are mounds from Quebec. The piles get better and better on the way through the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5dU3H2s0zE
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXya9plt8SY
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From Reader Russ:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kKj18hlgTY&t=65s
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Next to Rt 16 on Uxbridge/Douglas border, south of the road there is a brook with a linear stone feature next to it.  At the near end, a rock covered with rust. [As if it had been wrapped in leather.]  A dimple in the mid-section: Strange walls around there:

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