Working yesterday, taking a drive after getting some coffee with someone, I was close to the Massachusetts border, in Norfolk, CT. Just past the "Rock Pile" golf range on Route 44, I'd taken a right (north wards) on a road called "Loon Meadow," wondering why water fowl would be hanging out in a meadow. I ended up on a road called "Shantry" where the stone "walls" took on a definate "Indian Look," on both sides of the road.To my left, north, was the hill's summit.
To my right, down hill and southerly, there was perhaps a swamp or pond or something, barely visible thru the trees.
And a rock pile...
The stones looked interesting, multiple rows, sort of a lacey look to them, stones perched here and there on the rows.
And then there's this one:
You can just sort of make them out in this lousy photo, even if you do click on them.
I'll have to reset the camera so they enlarge better and drive by again sometime soon...
Much further down the road, after turning onto "Pine Road," the water in the valley was quite visible. Slowing down, I spotted another Rock Pile: