Sunday, September 27, 2015
A Stone which may have been used for grinding nuts (Chestnut, Hickory) which is located on the top of a knoll suggests there must have been a water source nearby. A hollow, or swale to the east is moist, and does have clumps of ferns, suggesting a source existed at one point. However, the stream bed appears to have been totally dry for many years. Perhaps the construction of a nearby, parallel gravel road for horse and wagon caused a diversion of this source. The road is known to follow roughly the "old Indian path" heading north.