Monday, May 22, 2017

Hunting for rock piles everywhere else

I got good at looking for arrowheads here in the near barren fields of Concord - a tough regime. So now I am able to find stone tools anywhere on the planet. In most places the people do not know how to see such things so you can find hand axes in the roadside debris.
But rock piles are something that I assume have much less global span than stone tools in general. The same principle holds: I have learned how to see something that most people do not know how to see. It leads to wondering: where else in the US are there rock piles? They could be pretty inconspicuous. Can they be found coast to coast?

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