Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscapes of Turtle Island
Friday, September 14, 2007
I think it's really fascinating to find similar stones in distant places.
That's why checking the RockPiles Blog is a daily habit with me.
Take this one,for example:
"Sunday, September 09, 2007 Further pictures of the Rhinebeck cairn Reader Ji sent these in:"
The first thing that caught my eye was a sort of yellow stone:
To the east and south of Rhinebeck, one major river system away, along a tributary of the River known as the "Housatonic," a mahican word that means "the river beyond the mountains," is this stone on stone:
More thoughts on the Yellow Hammer stone to follow...