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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Out for a Spin


Just a beautiful weekend to take the Ruckus out for a spin...so I decided to visit one of my favorite haunts...
The first time I ever saw this wall - my eyes were drawn to the beauty of it by the reflection of the sun bouncing off the sandstone.
It starts off low - before rising in the center and ending back low again. Both myself and an archaeologist friend of mine - think it's Native American - in the form of a rattlesnake effigy. Much like an similar example at Stonewall Jackson State Park  in West Virginia.
The total length of the wall is about 1/4 mile - pretty nice size.
 The structure as a whole - shows considerable age...
Showing the wall snaking it's way up the hill. As you can see - there is a lot weather related damage to the structure. I had intended to shoot the entire wall - but right about here - it sounded like a coyote den was very close by - you could hear the pups whimpering - so I turned around at this point - because I didn't want to piss the mother off...
So I dug up some old shots of the end section - where it begins to taper down...
To the end here - with the stones leaning against each other - much like a tail.
Right where the wall stops - is this nice size mounds that again - shows considerable age. There are also some other structures at this site that point to Native American - along with another wall of similar size and three other smaller walls.


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