Above: We left off here, the First Serpent Gate, in the previous post.
Below: the Second Gate:
In between, there's a row of stones extending eastward:
There is another possible head stone for yet another possible Serpent with a big, rather long, blocky, rectangular boulder, a large cobble stone ridge on the top, sort of capstone style:
My research assistant ponders the choice of stones, the way they were placed to resemble perhaps culturally important animals, the suggestion of a possible pattern seen in other types of Indigenous media, such as ceramic pottery or bead work, the rhomboidal stones, the undulation in the height of the carefully stacked and fitted row of stones:
The serpent ends like this:
Near these three Outstanding Segments of stacked stones: