|Effigy, on cairn: Split representing the mouth, with sliver of stone for it's tongue. Note the ridged stone serving as his backbone.|
Unfortunately, some, buried under centuries of woodland debris, are mostly below ground and unrecognizable.
|Cairn with turtle shaped head, and a flat rock (almost) upright in the center.|
|Small circle of stones with quartz rock in center the size of a basketball.|
|Cairn, about 4 feet long, 2 feet high, almost covered with moss and woodland debris; flat rock on east side; the tree had grown up behind it;|
There are bits of quartz rock layered on the side; I scraped away some leaves.
|SERPENT WALL: At first I thought this was a stone wall to no-where, but the larger foreground rock suggests an effigy for sorts.|
In addition to the cairns in this area, there are stone piles, some with quartz, spaced at regular intervals, perhaps 300 feet apart, on a north-south axis. st.