Sunday, October 8th, 2023

New: “Erratics”

I read recently an article by a stone wall expert who estimated that if you laid all the stone walls in New England end-to-end, that one single wall could circle the globe four times. Accurate or not, few would doubt the abundance of these man-made archeological entities. Within a square mile of our house alone, there are far more than can be counted. This meadow is down the road, and is one of hundreds that were squared off by stone walls decades, or even centuries ago, when farmers cleared these glacial deposits from their land. “Erratics” 48 x 36

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