Above, before the reconstruction, looking west from the lake shore; below, looking north.
Up along the east branch that flows into the main river, near a waterfall, there are more linear stones rows that terminate in "End Stones."
East of Upper Falls, also a property line, looking south:
Lower Falls, South of E. Branch, looking south:
Back down to the floodplain, a stone row that changes from zigzag to linear, terminates in a large "End Stone," but this one has a rather testudinate stone on top of the boulder.
Ten miles away, to the north, near the largest remaining glacial lake in the state, the pattern appears along a roadside above the eastern shore: